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CLASSIRCATIONS BY INDUSTRIES 

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DEPARTMENT 
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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

W. M. STEUART, Director 



CENSUS OF MANUFACTURES: 1923 



CLASSIFICATIONS BY 
INDUSTRIES 



EUGENE F. HARTLEY 

CHIEF STATISTICIAN FOR MANUFACTURES 




8—5362 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1924 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Industries — Alphabetical list 2 

Industries, by groups 10 

Group 1 . — Food and kindred products 10 

Group 2. — Textiles and their products 15 

Group 3. — Iron and steel and their products, not includ- 
ing machinery 23 

Group 4. — Lumber and allied products 29 

Group 5. — Leather and its finished products 33 

Group 6. — Rubber products 35 

Group 7. — Paper and printing 36 

Group 8. — Chemicals and allied products 39 

Group 9. — Stone, clay, and glass products 45 

Group 10. — Metals and metal products, o trier than iron 

and steel 48 

Group 11. — Tobacco manufactures. 52 

Group 12. — Machinery 53 

Group 13. — Musical instruments and phonographs 56 

Group 14. — Transportation equipment, air, land, and 

water 57 

Group 15. — Railroad repair shops 59 

Group 16. — Miscellaneous industries 60 

Changes in grouping, classification, and industry 

titles, 1921-1923 69 

Grouping of industries: 1923 and 1921 69 

Changes due to regrouping of industries, by groups 69 

Changes due to regrouping, by industries , 72 

Industries affected by interindustry changes 74 

Changes in industry titles 76 

Special schedules 77 

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CLASSIFICATION BY INDUSTRIES 

FOR THE 
CENSUS OF MANUFACTURES, 1923. 



The classification of reports for manufacturing establishments 
consists in the assignment of each schedule to the particular in- 
dustry to which it belongs, in order to bring together, so far as 
practicable, all the establishments engaged in the same or kindred 
industries. 

As a general rule, the classification will be based upon the class 
of products of chief value. This rule is occasionally disregarded, 
however, in order to avoid classifying an individual establishment 
in one industry at one census and in another at the next. To 
illustrate: In 1921 a certain establishment might manufacture two 
general classes of products, one of which might contribute 55 per 
cent and the other 45 per cent of the total value of products for 
the industry; but for 1923 these percentages might be reversed, 
so what was the predominant class of products for 1921 would 
become the minor class for 1923. In such a case as this the estab- 
lishment would be classified in the same industry for 1923 as for 
1921, in order to make the statistics for 1923 and preceding cen- 
suses as nearly comparable as possible. 

The 349 industry classifications employed at this census have 
been regrouped and renumbered. Three new groups have been 
added — Rubber products, Machinery, and Musical instruments 
and phonographs — and one of the former groups has been aban- 
doned — Liquors and beverages, so that the present classification 
comprises 16 groups, as against 14 at former censuses. In addi- 
tion, a number of industries have been transferred from one group 
to another. (See pp. 69-73.) The industries are listed alpha- 
betically within each group and numbered from 101 in Group l v 
201 in Group 2, and so on. Thus, the last two figures in each; 
industry number indicate the position of the industry within the^ 

I group, while the preceding figure or figures indicate the group 
dumber. For example, industry number 412 is the twelfth in- 
dustry in Group 4, number 1403 is the third industry in Group 
14, and so on. 



INDUSTRIES— ALPHABETICAL LIST. 



[The figure or figures preceding the last two in each industry number indicate the group 
number. Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 

1201. * Agricultural implements. m 

1401. * Aircraft and parts. ™ 

1001. Aluminum manufactures. 
SOI. * Ammunition and related products. 

1601. Artificial and preserved flowers and plants. 

201. * Artificial leather. 

1602. Artificial limbs. 

901. Artificial stone products, not including paving or roofing. 

1603. Artists' materials. 

902. Asbestos products, not including steam packing or boiler 

and pipe covering. 

202. * Asphalted felt-base floor coverings. 

203. Awnings, tents, and sails. 

1002. Babbitt metal, white metal, type metal, and solder. 

204. Bags, other than paper, not including bags made in textile 

mills. 

701. Bags, paper, exclusive of those made in paper mills. 

802. Baking powders and yeast. 

401. Baskets and rattan and willow ware, not including furni- 

ture. 

1003. Belis. 

205. Belting and hose, other than leather and rubber, made 

from purchased fabric. 

601. *Belting and hose, rubber. 

501. Belting, leather. 

101. Beverages. 

402. Billiard and pool tables, bowling alleys, and accessories. 

803. Blacking, stains, and dressings. 

804. Bluing. 

805. Bone black, carbon black, and lampblack. 

702. ^Bookbinding and blank-book making. 

502. Boot and shoe cut stock, not made in boot and shoe fac- 

tories. 

503. Boot and shoe findings, not made in boot and shoe fac- 

tories. 

504. Boots and shoes, other than rubber. 

602. *Boots and shoes, rubber. 

403. Boxes, cigar, wooden. 

703. Boxes, paper and other, not elsewhere classified. 

404. Boxes, wooden packing, except cigar boxes. , , 
1004. *Brass, bronze, and other nouferrous alloys, and manufac^^ | 

tures of these alloys and of copper. 

102. *Bread and other bakery products. 

1604. Brooms. 

1605. Brushes, other than rubber. 

103. *Butter. 

104. Butter, reworking. 

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[The figure or figures preceding the last two in each industry number indicate the group 
number. Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 

1606. *Buttons. 

806. Candles. 

105. ^Canning and preserving, fish, crabs, lobsters, and shrimps. 

106. * Canning and preserving, fruits and vegetables. 

107. *Canning and preserving, oysters and clams. 

• 1501. *Car and general construction and repairs, electric-railroad 
repair shops. 

1502. *Car and general construction and repairs, steam-railroad 
repair shops. 

704. Card cutting and designing. 

705. Cardboard, not made in paper mills. 

206. Carpets and rugs, rag. 

207. *Carpets and rugs, wool, other than rag. 

1402. Carriage, wagon, sleigh, and sled materials. 

1403. Carriages and sleds, children's. 

1404. ^Carriages, wagons, sleighs, and sleds. 

1405. *Cars, electric, not built in railroad repair shops. 

1406. *Cars, steam-railroad, not built in railroad repair shops. 
1202. Cash registers and calculating machines. 

903. Cement. 

108. *Cheese. 

807. ^Chemicals, not elsewhere classified. 

109. Chewing gum. 

904. China firing and decorating, not done in potteries. 

110. *Chocolate and cocoa products, not including confectionery. 

905. *Clay products (other than pottery) and nonclay refrac- 

tories. 

808. Cleaning and polishing preparations. 
1005. Clocks and clock movements. 

208. Cloth, sponging and refmishing. 

209. Clothing, men's, buttonholes. 

210. *Clothing, men's, not elsewhere classified, contract shops. 

211. *Clothing, men's, not elsewhere classified, regular factories. 

212. *Clothing, women's, not elsewhere classified, contract shops. 

213. *Clothing, women's, not elsewhere classified, regular 

factories. 

111. Coffee and spice, roasting and grinding. 
405. Coffins, burial cases, and undertakers' goods. 

809. Coke, not including gas-house coke. 

214. Collars arid cuffs, men's. 

1607. Combs and hairpins, except those made from metal or 

rubber. 

112. *Condensed and evaporated milk. 

113. Confectionery. 

• 406. Cooperage. 

1006. Copper, til --iron work, including galvanized- 

iron work, not elsewhere classified. 

215. *Cordage and twine. 
407. Cork products. 

114. *Corn sirup, corn oil, and starch. 

216. Corsets. 

217. *Cotton goods. 



[The figure or figures preceding the last two in each industry number indicate the group 
number. Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 

218. *Cotton lace. 

219. *Cotton small wares. 

906. Crucibles. 

301. Cutlery (not including silver and plated cutlery) and edge 

tools. 
160S. Dairymen's supplies; creamery, cheese-factor}', and^fr 
butter-factory equipment; and poultry men's and api-^^ 
arists' supplies. 

1609. Dental goods. 

810. Drug grinding. 

811. * Druggists' preparations. 

220. Dyeing and finishing textiles. 

812. *Dyestuffs and tanning materials. 

1203. ^Electrical machinery, apparatus, and supplies. 

1007. Electroplating. 

907. Emery and other abrasive and polishing appliances. 

1610. Enameling and japanning. 

1204. *Engines and water wheels. 

1611. Engravers' materials. 

706. Engraving (other than steel, copperplate, or wood), 

chasing, etching, and diesinking. 

707. Engraving, steel and copperplate, and plate printing. 

708. Engraving, wood. 

709. Envelopes. 
408. *Exceisior. 

813. ^Explosives. 

1612. Fancy articles, not elsewhere classified. 

1613. Feathers, plumes, and manufactures thereof. 

221. *Felt goods, wool or hair. 

814. ^Fertilizers. 

302. Files. 

303. *Firearms. 

1008. Fire extinguishers, chemical. 

815. Fireworks. 

222. Flags and banners. 

115. Flavoring extracts. 

116. Flavoring sirups and bitters. 

223. Flax and hemp, dressed. 

117. *Flour-mill and grain-mill products. 

118. Food preparations, not elsewhere classified. 

1205. *Foundry and machine-shop products, not elsewhere classi- 

fied. 

1614. Foundry supplies. 

1615. Fuel, manufactured. 

1616. Fur goods. * 

224. Furnishing goods, men's, not elsewhere classified. \0 
♦Furniture. ^ 

1617. Furs, dressed. 

304. Galvanizing and other coating, not done in rolling mills. 

1009. Gas and electric fixtures, not including lamps and reflectors. 

1206. Gas machines and gas and water meters. 

816. *GaSj manufactured, illuminating and heating. 



[The figure or figures preceding the last two is each industry number indicate the group 
number. Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 

908. *Glass. 

909. Glass cutting, staining, and ornamenting. 

225. Gloves and mittens, cloth, not made in textile mills. 
505. Gloves and mittens, leather. 

SI 7. Glue, not made in fertilizer factories or in meat-packing 
or fish-canning establishments. 

1010. Gold and silver, leaf and foil. 

1011. Gold, silver, and platinum, reducing and refining, not from 

the ore. 

910. Graphite, ground and refined. 

818. Grease and tallow, not including lubricating greases. 

911. Grindstones, puln stones, and millstones. 

226. Haircloth. 

1618. Hair work. 

227. Hammocks. 

1619. Hand stamps and stencils and brands. 

305. Hardware, not elsewhere classified. 
22S. Hat and cap materials. 

229. Hats and caps, other than fur-felt, wool-felt, and straw. 

230. *Hats, fur-felt. 

1620. Hats, straw. 

231. *Hats, wool-felt. 

912. Hones, whetstones, and similar products. 

232. Horse blankets, fly nets, and related products. 

306. Horseshoes, not made in rolling mills. 

233. House-furnishing goods, not elsewhere classified. 

119. Ice cream and water ices. 

120. *Ice, manufactured. 

819. Ink, printing. 

820. Ink, writing. 

1621. Instruments, professional and scientific. 

307. *Iron and steel, blast furnaces. 

308. Iron and steel, bolts, nuts, washers, and rivets, not made 

in rolling mills. 

309. Iron and steel, cast-iron pipe. 

310. Iron and steel, doors and shutters. 

311. Iron and steel, forgings, not made in steel works or rolling 

mills. 

312. Iron and steel, nails, spikes, etc., not made in rolling mills. 

313. Iron and steel, processed or welded. 

314. *Iroii and steel, steel works and rolling mills. 

315. Iron and steel, wrought pipe, not made in rolling mills. 

1622. Ivory, shell, and bone work, not including buttons, combs, 

or hairpins. 

1012. Jewelry. 

1623. Jewelrv and instrument cases. 

234. *Jute goods. 

235. *Knit goods. 
710. Labels and tags. 

1013. Lamps and reflectors, not including electric lamps. 

1624. Lapidary work. 

410. Lasts and related products. 



[The figure or figures preceding the last two in each industry number indicate the group 
number. Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 

1014. Lead, bar, pipe, and sheet. 

506. Leather goods, not elsewhere classified. 

507. Leather, tanned, curried, and finished. 

913. *Lime. 

236. *Linen goods. 

237. *Linoleum. ^L 

821. Liquors, distilled, and ethyl alcohol. ^P 

822. Liquors, malt. 

823. Liquors, vinous. 

711. Lithographing. 

1407. ^Locomotives, not made in railroad repair shops. 

824. Lubricating greases. 

411. *Lumber and timber products, not elsewhere classified. 

412. Lumber, planing-mill products, not made in planing mills 

connected with sawmills. 
1207. ^Machine tools. 

121. Malt. 

914. Marble, slate, and stone work. 

413. Matches. 

238. Mats and matting, grass and coir. 

1625. Mattresses and spring beds, not elsewhere classified. 

239. Millinery and lace goods, not elsewhere classified. 

915. Minerals and earths, ground or otherwise treated. 

414. Mirror and picture frames. 

916. Mirrors, framed and unframed. 

1626. Models and patterns, not including paper patterns. 

1627. *Motion pictures, not including projection in theaters. 

1408. Motor-vehicle bodies and parts. 

1409. *Motor vehicles. 

1410. * Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts. 

825. Mucilage, paste, and other adhesives, not elsewhere classi- 

fied. 

1301. * Musical instruments and materials, not elsewhere classified. 

1302. * Musical instruments, organs and orchestrions. 

1303. Musical instruments, piano and organ materials. 

1304. *Musical instruments, pianos. 

1015. ^Needles, pins, hooks and eyes, and snap fasteners. 

240. Nets and seines. 

241. Oakum. 

826. Oil, cake, and meal, cottonseed. 

827. Oil, cake, and meal, linseed. 

828. *Oil, essential. 

829. Oil, not elsewhere classified. 

242. *Oilcloth. 

122. Oleomargarine and other butter substitutes, not made in ^^ 

slaughtering and meat-packing establishments. m 

1628. Optical goods. w 
316. *Ordnance and accessories. 

830. *Paints. 

712. *Paper and wood pulp. 

713. Paper goods, not elsewhere classified. 

714. Paper patterns. 



[The figure or figures preceding the last two in each industry number indicate the group 
number. Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 

831. *Patent medicines and compounds. 

1629. Paving materials, other than stone. 

123. Peanuts, grading, roasting, cleaning, and shelling. 

1630. Pencils, lead. 

»1631. Pens, fountain and stylographic. 
1016. Pens, gold. 

317. Pens, steel. 

832. *Perfumery, cosmetics, and toilet preparations. 

833. ^Petroleum refining. 
1305. * Phonographs. 

715. Photo-engraving, not done in printing establishments. 

1632. Photographic apparatus. 

1633. Photographic materials. 

124. Pickles, jellies, preserves, and sauces. 

1634. Pipes (tobacco) and cigar and cigarette holders. 
1017. Plated ware. 

318. Plumbers' supplies, not including iron pipe, marble and 

stone work, or enameled ware. 

508. Pocketbooks, purses, and cardcases. 

917. *Pottery, including porcelain ware. 

125. Poultry killing and dressing, not done in slaughtering and 

meat-packing establishments. 

716. ^Printing and publishing, book and job. 

717. -^Printing and publishing, music. 

718. ^Printing and publishing, newspapers and periodicals. 

719. Printing materials, not including type or printing ink. 

1635. Pulp, from fiber other than wood. 

415. Pulp goods. 

1208. Pumps, hand. 

1209. Pumps, power. 

416. Refrigerators. 

243. Regalia, badges, and emblems. 

126. *Rice cleaning and polishing. 

1636. Roofing materials, not including wood, slate, burnt tile, 

asbestos, or metal other than metal shingles and ceilings. 

603. *R,ubber goods, not elsewhere classified. 

604. *Rubber tires and inner tubes. 

417. Rules, wood, ivory, and other. 

509. Saddlery and harness. 

319. Safes and vaults. 

834. Salt. 

1637. Sand, emery, and other abrasive paper and cloth. 

918. Sand-lime brick. 

127. Sausage, not made in slaughtering and meat-packing 

• establishments. 

320. Saws. 

1210. Scales and balances. 

321. Screws, machine. 

322. Screws, wood. 

1211. Sewing machines, cases, and attachments. 

1411. *Ship and boat building, steel, including repair work. 

1412. *Ship and boat building, wooden, including repair work. 

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[The figure or figures preceding the last two in each industry number indicate the group 
number. Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 

244. Shirts. 

418. Show cases. 

1638. Signs and advertising novelties. 

245. *Silk manufactures. 

1018. Silversmithing and silverware. ^K 

128. ^Slaughtering and meat packing, wholesale. w 

1019. Smelting and refining, copper. 

1020. Smelting and refining, lead. 

1021. Smelting and refining, metals not elsewhere classified. 

1022. Smelting and refining, metals other than gold, silver, or 

platinum, not from the ore. 

1023. Smelting and refining, zinc. 

835. *Soap. 

1639. Soda-water apparatus. 

1640. Sporting and athletic goods, not including firearms or 

ammunition. 

323. Springs, steel, railway, vehicle, heavy machine, etc., not 

made in rolling mills. 

1024. Stamped and enameled ware, not elsewhere classified. 

1641. Stationery goods, not elsewhere classified, and manifolding 

machinery. 
919. Statuary and art goods, factory product. 

1642. Steam and other packing, pipe and boiler covering, and 

gaskets. 

324. Steam fittings and steam and hot-water heating apparatus. 

325. Steel barrels, drums, and tanks, portable. 

720. Stereotyping and electrotyping, not done in printing estab- 

lishments. 

326. Stoves and appliances, gas and oil. 

327. Stoves (other than gas, oil, or electric) and hot-air furnaces. 

328. Structural and ornamental iron work, not made in rolling 

mills. 

129. *Sugar, beet. 

130. *Sugar, cane, not including products of refineries. 

131. *Sugar refining, cane. 

836. *Sulphuric, nitric, and mixed acids. 

1643. Surgical appliances. 

246. Suspenders, garters, and elastic woven goods, made from 

purchased webbing. 

1212. ^Textile machinery and parts. 

1644. Theatrical scenery and stage equipment. 

1025. Tin and other foils, not including gold and silver. 

329. *Tin plate and terneplate, not made in rolling mills. 

330. Tinware, not elsewhere classified. ~ 

1101. Tobacco, chewing and smoking, and snuff. *m 

1102. Tobacco, cigars and cigarettes. ^^ 

331. Tools, not including edge tools, machine tools, files, or saws. 

1645. Toys, games, and playground equipment. 
510. Trunks, valises, and carrying cases. 

419. *Turpentine and rosin. 

721. Type founding. 

1213. Typewriters and supplies. 



The figure or figures preceding the last two in each industry number indicate the group 
number. Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 

1646. Umbrellas, parasols, and canes. 

247. Upholstering materials, not elsewhere classified. 
S3 7. * Varnishes. 

332. Vault, sidewalk, and floor lights, coal-hole cover-, an 1 

ventilating equipment. 
1 132. Vinegar and cider. 
722. Wall paper, not made in paper mills. 
920. Wall plaster, wall board, and floor composition. 

1214. Washing machines, clothes wringers, and clothes-drying 

machines, not for use in commercial laundries. 

248. Waste. 

1026. Watch and clock materials and parts, except watchcases. 

1027. Watchcases. 

102S. Watches and watch movements. 
1413. Wheelbarrows. 

1647. Whips. 

1215. Windmills and windmill towers. 

420. Window and door screens and weather strips. 

1648. Window shades and fixtures. 

333. *Wire, drawn from purchased bars or rods. 

334. Wire work, not elsewhere classified. 

S3S. *Wood distillation and charcoal manufacture. 

421. Wood preserving. 

422. Wood, turned and carved. 

423. Wooden good<, not elsewhere classified. 

249. Wool pulling. 

250. Wool scouring. 

251. *Wool shoddy. 

252. * Woolen good^. 

253. *Worsted goods. 



INDUSTRIES, BY GROUPS. 



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Group 1.— FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS. 



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GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry • 
number. - . 

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1923 1921 



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Beverages 101 

.Root beer, ginger ale, grape juice, cereal beverages, "near 
beer." etc. I Sirups for use in flavoring soda-fountain drinks . 

are to b n classified under • ' Flavo: ing sirups and bit ters. ; ' ) ^ Zj 

(a) Mineral and carbonated beverages. 
(6) Fruit beverages. 

(c) Cereal b; verages. 

(d) All other. 
Combination of old "Mineral and soda waters 7 ' and part 

of " Liquors, viali." 

*Bread and other bakery products 

Bread, biscuit, crackers, pretzels, pies, cake, etc. 
Co) Biscuit and crackers. 

(b) Bakery products, other than biscuit and crackers. 

^Butter {see also Cheese; Condensed and evaporated miik). . } 

Butter, reworking 

Reworking oi butter into a s 
processed butter. 



1203, 187 ! 
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102 

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103 
104 

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*Canning and preserving, fish, crabs, lobsters, and shiimps; 
(see also Canning and preserving, oysters and clams; ! 
Food preparations, not elsewhere classified) | 

Canned, pickled, smoked and dried fish, and canned crabs, j 
lobsters, and shrimps, but not oysters and clams. 

* Canning and preserving, fruits and vegetables (see also 
Food preparations, not elsewhere classified; Pickles, 
jellies, preserves, and sauces) 

Canning and preserving of fruits and vegetables, and process- 
ing and packing of dried fruits. 

(a) C aimed vegetables. 

(b) Canned fruits. 

(c) Dried fniits. 

(d) Dried vegetables. 

(e) All other. 

•Canning and preserving, oysters and clams (see also Can- 
ning and preserving, fish, crabs, lobsters, and shrimps; 
Food preparations, not elsewhere classified) 

Not to include establishments engaged solely in shucking 
oysters. 

♦Cheese (see also Butter; Condensed and evaporated milk) . 

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106 



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107 
108 



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Group 1. — Food and Kindred Products — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROVP AND ENDUSTBY CLASSIFICATION. 



Lndnstry 

numtef. 



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Chewing guru > bIm Confectionery 



"Chocolate and cocoa products, not including confec- 
tionery see also Confectionery) 

Chocolate, cocoa, cocoa butter,, troina. and other products 
of the nut of the cacao tree. 



Coffee and spice, roasting and grinding 

Coffee. 

-pice. 

"Condensed and evaporated milk sot also Butter; Cheese) 
Co:. eetened or unsweetened; evaporated 

milk: powdered milk; sugar of milk; dried casein (not plastic) . | 

Confectionery -., also Chocolate and cocoa products, 

not including confectionery 

Confectionery of all kinds, and stick licorice, corn bails, 
sake:: 

adei j LC cretin for I 

y Corn sirup, corn oil, and starch 

Corn, sirup: grape sugar: corn, wheat, potato, and root 
:■::: corn oil: corn-oil cake and meat: etc. 
sirup. 

-:arch. 

Flavoring extracts {set also Baking powders and yeast; 

Flavoring sirups and bitters 115 

. extracts, pastes, and powders: colors for bakers . n 

and confectioners. toy 



109 

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110 

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111 
112 

113 

114 



62 



64 



78 
(pt.) 



84 



118 



Flavoring sirups and bitters {set also Flavoring extracts)... 116 

Fia- s and certain kinds of litters which are not 

itent medic / D 

"Flour-mill and grain-mill products (see also Food prepa- 
rations not elsewhere classified ) 117 

rn, rye. V . and alfalfa 

or meal: en ts, middlings, feed for live / 3 / 

stock, etc. 

Food preparations, not elsewhere classified 

All food i r mption either by human 

tei: SB 

'Lip 1. 

■h as oatmeal, hominy, 
w cracked v heat. : I cor i. other cereal 

j or treakfast foods, r, and ceic-:.l 

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Hi, and net. 
not elsewru a. sach as 

scra; 
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121 



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Group I. — Food and Kindred Products — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Food preparations, not elsewhere classified — Continued- 

(f) Sweetening sirups, not elsewhere classified, such as 

maple simp, sorghum sirup and molasses, and 
various blended and compounded sirups for table 
use. Flavoring sirups, corn sirup, cane-sugar 
sirup, and beet sugar sirup are not to be included, 
these products having separate classifications. 

(g) All other preparations for human consumption, such 

as mincemeat and Saratoga chips, 
(ft) Prepared food for animals and fowls. 

Ice cream and water ices 

Included in Confectionery and ice cream for 1921. 

-Ice, manufactured 

Manufacture of ice for sale. 



Malt {see also Liquors, malt) 

Malt, made chiefly from barley, but to some extent from 
other grains. 

Oleomargarine and other butter substitutes, not made 
in slaughtering and meat-packing establishments (see 
also Slaughtering and meat packing, wholesale) 

Oleomargarine, butterine, etc., not including that made in 
slaughtering and meat-packing establishments. 

Peanuts, grading, roasting, cleaning, and shelling 

All operations connected with the preparation of peanuts 
for the market. 



Industry 
number. 



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119 
120 
121 

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122 

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123 
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1921 



Pickles, jellies, preserves, and sauces (see also Canning and 
preserving, fruits, and vegetables; Food preparations, 
not elsewhere classified) 

Preserves, jellies, jams, fruit butter, pickles, sauces, salad 
dressing, mustard, catsup, prepared horseradish, etc. 
(a) Preserves, jams, jellies, fruit butter, etc. 
(ft) Pickles, sauces, salad dressing, mustard, catsup, pre- 
pared horseradish, etc. 

Poultry killing and dressing, not done in slaughtering i 
and meat-packing establishments (see also Slaughtering 
and meat packing, wholesale) 

Not to include establishments having products valued at 
less than $20,000. 

*Kice cleaning and polishing 

Sausage, not made in slaughtering and meat-packing 
establishments (see also Slaughtering and meat packing, 
wholesale) 

(a) Sausage. 

(b) Sausage casings. 



124 
1 It 



125 

126 
127 



78 | 
(pt.) 

157 
196 



223 



232 



243 



249 



260 



13 

Group I. — Food and Kindred Products — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



* Slaughtering and meat packing, wholesale (see also 
Oleomargarine and other butter substitutes, not made 
in slaughtering and meat-packing establishments; 
Poultry killing and dressing, not done in slaughtering 
and meat-packing establishments; Sausage, not made 
in slaughtering and meat-packing establishments 

This classification covers establishments engaged both in 
slaughtering cattle, hogs, sheep, or other animals and in pre- 
serving all or a part of the raw stock by canning, salting, 
smoking, or otherwise curing it for the trade: establishments 
which purchase raw stock from slaughterhouses and preserve 
it; and establishments engaged in slaughtering only. 

(a) Slaughtering and meat packing. 

(6) Meat packing only. 

(c) Slaughtering only. 

* Sugar, beet 

* Sugar, cane, not including products of refineries 

This classification covers all establishments engaged pri- 
marily in the manufacture of sugar (raw or refined), mo- 
lasses", or sirup from cane. 

* Sugar refining, cane 

This classification embraces establishments engaged wholly 
or mainly in the refining of raw cane sugar, practically all of 
which is "imported. 

Vinegar and cider 

(a) Vinegar. 

Cider. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 1921 



ltl\ 

128 283 



/£? 



306 ! 



129 
/ 70 

130 307 



131 I 308 



S-t) 

132 



329 



&2 



/bl-\ 



c I 

/a/ 



14 

Group I. — Food and Kindred Products — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 1921 



I- 









/f 



Group 2.— TEXTILES AND THEIR PRODUCTS. 

[Industries marked (*) require s: ales.] 



GROUP AND INI '. 



Industry -£ 
number. 5 ^ 

^" 



1923 1921 



♦Artificial leather 

All .1 or imitation leather 3 of ' . ^ 

method 01 man Js, or use of finished product. /> / 

(a) Pvroxvlin-coated. ' 

ij>) Alio:'.. 
Formerly a subdassincai ion under "UphoUterrng mater 
not elsewhere s-pecificd." 

♦Asphalted felt-base floor coverings (m a Iso Linoleum ..... I - 
roduct whi:. fum, made by printing or , rj 

painting on the surface of a material similar to asps . /4^ / 

paper. 
Part ofabando: dtim "Oilcloth and linolev 

Awnings, tents, and sails 

», and veranda awning / n * 

paulins. and canvas covers. Small establishments making *tJC^ 

...dividual order are no: 

Bass, other than paper, not Including bags made in tex- 
tile mills . 

1 all other ' 
made from materials other ' "* 

Belting and hose, other than leather and rubber, made 

from purchased fabric a >tton small in re- 

Belting and hose made from duck or ca ^z*~ 

(a) Belting. S*J 

Carpets and rugs, rag 206 

Some of the establishments embraced in this classification mn 

manufacture carpets and rugs from mate: i by l L L 
ot:. 

'Carpets and rugs, wool, oth^r than rag see also Cotton 
goods; Jute goods; Woolen goods; Worsted poods 

:: ets and rugs made chieny of v ocl 
jute, cotto::. or line: back. This 

the manufacture of rag, cotl : 

Moor coverings of grass cr re 

C loth, sponging and refinishinc 

- :.kig cloth on contract . 
cation must not be confused v ith "Dyeing an. fC^D 

text:! 

Clothing, men's, buttonholes 

— 3 L5 £ 



326 
(pt.) 









70 



7 

1 



16 



Group 2. — Textiles and Their Products — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



Industry 
number. 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



1923 ! 1931 






*Clothing, men's, not elsewhere classified, contract shops 
(see also Clothing, men's, regular factories) 210 

Men's, youths', and hoys' suits, overcoats, top coats, 
reefers, trousers, and work clothing, made on contract from /^TJ 
materials furnished by others. 

(a) Men's and youths'. 

(b) Boys'. 

(c) Work clothing. 
(a) All other. 

Formerly a subclassification trader " Clothing, men's." 

*Clothing, men's, not elsewhere classified, regular facto- 
ries (see also Clothing, men's, not elsewhere classified, con- 
tract shops; Collars and cuffs, men's; Knit goods; Shirts) 

Men's, youths', and boys' suits, overcoats, top coats, reefers, 
trousers, and work clothing, made from materials owned. 

(a) Men's and youths'. 

(b) Boys'. 

(c) "Work clothing. 

(d) Allother. 
Formerly a subclassification under " Clothing, men's." 

*Clothing, women's, not elsewhere classified, contract 
shops (see also Clothing, women's, regular factories) 212 

Women's, misses', girls', and infants' suits, dresses, coats, ' 
cloaks, skirts, blouses, shirt waists, undergarments, petticoats, 
etc., made on contract from materials furnished by others. 
I (a) Suits, skirts, and cloaks. 
cL* (b) Shirt waists and dresses, except house dresses. 

(c) Undergarments and petticoats. 

(d) Wrappers and house dresses. 

(e) Allother. 
Formerly a subclassification under " Clothing, women's." 

*Clothing, women's, not elsewhere classified, regular fac- 
tories (see also Corsets; Knit goods; Millinery and lace 
goods) 

Women's, misses', girls', and infants' suits, dresses, coats, 
cloaks, skirts, blouses, shirt waists, undergarments, petti- 
coats, etc., made from materials owned. 

(a) Suits, skirts, cloaks, etc. 

(6) Shirt waists and dresses, except house dresses. 

(c) Undergarments and petticoats. 

(d) Wrappers and house dresses. 

(e) All other. 
Formerly a subclassification under " Clothing, women's." 

Collars and cuffs, men's (see also Furnishing goods, men's; 
Shirts) 



69 
(pt.) 



♦Cordage and twine (see also Cotton goods; Cotton small 
wares; Jute goods; Linen goods; Nets and seines) 

Rope, cable, cordage, twine, binder twine, etc., braided or 
twisted, made from 'hemp, flax, cotton, manila, jute, and 
other fiber. 



211 

/7X 


69 
(pt.) 


. 212 


71 i 

(Pt.) ; 


l?3 




•213 


71 
(Pt.) 


m 




la 

• 214 


7o 


• 215 


81 


i/9 





17 






Group 2. — Textiles and Their Products — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



Indus try 
numbef. 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



1923 






Corsets 216 

Corsets, corset waists, brassieres, corset stays, etc. . „» 

(a) Corsets. * ro ° 
(5) Allother. 

♦Cotton goods (see also Cordage and twine; Cotton lace; 
Cotton small wares; Knit goods) * 217 

All kinds of plain and fancy woven fabrics, in the piece or 
otherwise, over 12 inches in'width, cotton felts, and yarn, 1^0 
thread, and cotton waste for sale. Sheetings, print cloth, | 
voiles, cheesecloth, etc.: lawns, cambrics, etc.; ginghams, 
shirtings, pique, drills, twills, sateens, ticks, denims," Osna- 
burgs, cotton flannel, ducks, tire fabrics, tapestries, cotton 
plush and velvet, corduroys, towels and toweling, woven 
oedspreads and quilts, cotton blankets, etc. 

♦Cotton lace Uee also Cotton goods; Cotton small wares) . 218 

Nottingham lace curtains and nets, levers lace, bobbmets, 
lace bedspreads, and panels and other small pieces, ail made J2J 
by machine. 

♦Cotton small wares (see also Cotton goods; Cotton lace 
goods ) 219 

Narrow woven fabrics, not over 12 inches in width, and 
braids of every description. Woven belting and hose, elastic / 3-C 
and nonelastic webbing, tape, trimmings, edgings, bindings, 
corset and shoe laces, wicks and wicking, etc. 

Dyeing and finishing textiles 

Bleaching, dyeing, printing, mercerizing, spooling, warping, 
winding (except silk winding), etc., of piece goods, yarn, 
stock, etc., of cotton, wool, silk, or other textile fiber. 

(a) Independent establishments. Work done on pur- 

chased cloth, yarn, etc., or contract work on mate- 
rials owned by others. 

(b) Dyeing and finishing departments of textile mills. 

Dyeing and finishing done by textile mills on then- 
own fabrics, yarns, etc. 

♦Felt goftds, wool or hair [see also Hats, wool-felt) 

Felt goods made of wool or hair, woven or made without 
weaving by heat, moisture, and pressure. Covers, trimming 
and lining felts, felt cloths, paper makers' woven felts, endless 
belts, laundry felts, etc. 

Flags and banners (see also Regalia, badges, and emblems) . 

Flags, banners, pennants, etc. 

Flax and hemp, dressed 

Removal of seeds, dross, etc.. 
and hemp for factory use. 



! © 

- 

PiH 



1921 9 



and preparation of raw flax 



220 

loo 



• 221 
if t| 



• 222 

toe 

» 223 

lot 



SG 



95 



110 



117 
119 



2 



f*t 



">/ 



I?/ 



IOC 



/of 



/Ob 



IOC 



18 

Group 2. — Textiles and Their Products — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Furnishing goods, men's, not elsewnere classified (see also 
Collars and cuffs, men's; Gloves and mittens, cloth; 
Gloves and mittens, leather; Knit goods; Shirts; Sus- 
penders, garters, and elastic woven goods) 

Neckwear; belts, other than leather; handkerchiefs; pa- 
jamas; underwear (woven fabric); etc. 

(a) Neckwear. 

(b) Underwear, athletic (woven fabric). 

(c) Underwear, except athletic (woven fabric). 

(d) All other products. 

Gloves and mittens, cloth, not made in textile mills 

Cloth gloves and mittens made from purchased fabrics. 

(a) Made from knitting-machine fabrics. 

(b) Made from shuttle-loom fabrics. 

(c) All other products. 

Haircloth 



Industry 
number. 



1923 1921 



% 224 120 



*sy 



Hammocks (see also Awnings, tents, and sails; Cordage 
and twine; Nets and seines) 



225 



fO P 
• 226 

fpD 

227 



Hat and cap materials 

Hatters' fur, hat wire, sweat bands, visors, linings, bind- 
ings, trimmings, tip printing, etc. 
(a) Hatters' fur. 
(6) All other. 

Hats and caps, other than t ur-lelt, wool-felt, and straw. . . 
Silk hats, chapeaux, opera or crush hats, cloth caps, uni- 
form caps, etc. 

*Hats, fur-felt 

Stiff and soft hats and hat bodies made chiefly from hatters' j 
fur. 

*Hats, wool-felt (see also Felt goods, wool or hair) 231 

Men's, women's, and children's hats and hat bodies, the 
chief materials of which are wool, wool noils, wool shoddy, etc. 

Horse blankets, fly nets, and related products ' 233 

Horse blankets made from purchased fabrics, saddle cloths, 
fly nets, sweat pads, etc. 

House-furnishing goods, not elsewhere classified (see also \ 
Artificial leather; Asphalted-felt-base floor coverings; i 
Carpets and rugs, rag; Carpets and rugs, wool, other 
than rag; Cotton goods; Furniture; Linoleum; Mat- 
tresses and spring beds; Oilcloth; Silk manufactures; 

Upholstering materials.) . 233 

Comfortables, piano covers and scarfs, carpet linings, mos- 
quito canopies, portieres, draperies, furniture covers, serv- 
ing trays, hassocks, pillow shams, carpet sweepers, pillows, 
quits, cotton batting, mops, pincushions, clotheslines (put 
Up irom purchased lines), and other house-furnishing goods 
not covered by separate classifications. 

(a) Comfortables and quilts. 

(b) Feather pillows, beds, etc. 

otton baiting, not made in cotton mills. 

tO All other. 



135 



143 

145 

149 



100 I 
v 229 ; 150 



-230 



151 



153 



68 



150 



19 

Group 2. — Textiles and Their Products — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*;. require special schedules.] 



? AKD INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry g 
number". = . 

is 



19?3 1921 



// 



*Jute goods (see also Cordage and twine; Linen goods; 

Mats and matting, grass and coir 

-?ing for br.ling cotton; carpets and rugs, webbing. 
I :■.: other goods made wholly or in chief value from 



♦Knit goods [Met aUo Cotton eoods: Cotton small wares; 

Furnishing goods, men's; Woolen goods; Worsted goods . 

fancy knit goods, knit cloth, and 

of the power and hand knitting machines. 

Hose, naif-hose, separate shirts and drawers, union suits. 

bathing 

jack arfs, shawls, neckti 

machine-knit goods, whether fc i I mes- 

mechanieal, or other use. without regard for the kind of 
.s used, which may be of c . silk (natm 

artificial;), linen, or other fiber, or any form of m... 

*Llnen goods {see also Cordage and twine; Cotton goods; 

Jute goods 

Crash reling. and other linen fabrl 

is, thread, etc.. made wholly or in chief value from flax. 

-Linoleum (see also Asphaked-felt-base floor coverings) 

Plain, printed, and Inlaid linoleum, and a form of linoleum 

known as "cor-: 
Part of abandoned classification " Oilcloth and- U 

floor." 

Mats and matting, grass and coir stt also Jute goods 

Door mats, floor i . rugs, and carpets, 

made from such materials as wire grass, reeds, or coir 
fil 

Millinery and la not elsewh it also 

Artificial and I iiowers and plants; Feathers 

and piu m 

i, cloak, and millinery trimmings: embroideries and 
crochet goods; hat and bonnet frames; women' 

, neckwear, and handkerchiefs; women's hats, trimmed 
and untrimmed (except untrimmed straw hats, which are 
to be classified und< ; pleating and purls; 

niching, raffling, etc. 
\es. 
Trimmed hats and hat fran: 
ress and cloak trimmings, braids I 
rear. 
All other. 



/3£ 

2:35 



' 



239 



IMl Mid Nines (see also Cordage and twine] Huiudk 
Fish nets, seines, etc. 

Oakum 

product is made largely from old . 
new hemp and Jute m It is used < 

yards an r ! 



! 



IOC 

240 
. . 241 



174 



ITS 



• 236 

f97 



155 



221 



199 



Wl 



J 



214 



215 



ftj- 



20 



Group 2. — Textiles and Their Products — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



Industry 
n umber. 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION". 



1923 



1921 



h 

I 5 s 



*OUeloth f 242 

all, shelf, stair, and enameled oilcloth. 
met classification, - mameled," covered all tl 

too 



Regalia, badges, and emblems {see g7so Flags and banners). . 

Regalia, badges, and emblems for use by military and 
civilian organizations. 

Shirts {tee also Clothing, men's; Collars and cuffs, men's; 
Furnishing goods, men's) 

Shirts of cotton. Linen, wool, silk, artificial silk, etc., shirt 
ists for men and boys. 



243 

I Ct 
244 

1C ft 

, 245 ; 



- 






28 



*Silk manufactures {see also Cotton goods; Knit goods)... 

{a) Manufacture of finished products: Broad silks (all-- 
and silk-mixed goods), velvets, plushes, upholstery, tapes- 
tries, ribbons, laces, nets, veils, veilings, braids, bindings, 
tri m mings, machine twist, etc.; sewing, embroidery, and 
other floss silks. 

(5) Throwing and winding silk, and the spinning of silk 
waste into ''spun silk" or "schappe silk" yarn. The greater 
parr of this work is done on a contract basis, the materials 
and products being owned and reported by others. 

Suspenders, garters, and elastic woven goods, made from » qq 
purchased webbing {see also Cotton smali wares; Fur- ' 
hlshing goods, men's) i 311 

Fpholstering materials, not elsewhere classified {see also ■ 
Artificial leather; Cotton goods; Cotton small wares; ' -i/V 1 
Excelsior; Oilcloth; Silk manufactures; Woolen goods: /' 

Worsted goods) 

Curled hair, moss, tow, etc. 
arled hair. 
All other. 
Formerly included "Artificial leather," now a separate indus- 
try in this group, and "Excelsior," now a separate industry in ' 
Gro ipr 

Waste 248 

Cleaning or otherwise preparing waste of cotton or other 
fiber by use of picker or similar machine, and production of 
wiping rags, etc. 

(a) Cotton waste. 

(6) All other. 

too 

, 249 

tOt ; 
Wool scouring 

^courin-- 7 . sorting, and carbonizing wool. 



Wool pulling {see also Slaughtering and meat packing, 
wholesale) 

Detaching wool from sheepskins. 



21 

Group 2. — Textiles and Their Products — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 






Industry 
number. 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



* Wool shoddy {see also Woolen goods; Worsted goods). 

Recovered wool fiber, known as "shoddy," "mungo," 
"flocks" (the result of shearing cloth), and "'wool extract.'' 
made from rags, waste, noils, tailors' clippings, etc. 



1923 



16* 

• 251 



l6Sr 



* W r oolen goods {see also Carpets and rugs, wool; Felt 
goods, wool or hair; Knit goods; Worsted goods) 

All kinds of woven fabrics (except woven felts), in the ! 
piece or otherwise, braids, webbing, cords, etc., and yarns i 
and waste for sale, made from wooL shoddy, noils of wool or 
mohair or other animal hair, or a combination of these mate- 
rials with one another or with cotton, silk, or other fiber, j 
Suitings, dress goods, overcoatings, cloakings, flannels, satin- | 
ets, linseys, blankets (including horse blankets), carriage ; 
cloths and robes, woven shawls, upholstery goods, yarns and 
& waste for sale, etc. 

* Worsted goods {see also Knit goods; Woolen goods) I > 253 

All kinds of woven fabrics, in the piece or otherwise, braids, ! 
webbing, cords, etc., and yarns and waste for sale, made i 
from wool, mohair, human hair, or other hair; tops made j 
from wool, mohair, or other hair, or a combination of these ! 
materials with one another or with cotton, silk, or other '■ 
fiber. Suitings, dress goods, overcoatings, flannels, satinets, j 
linseys, blankets (including horse blankets), carriage cloths ; 
and robes, woven shawls, upholstery goods; yarns, noils, and ; 
waste for sale; etc. 

- 



\l6>&- 



o^^MtdTa-j y^x ud ^6/ 



A-2 



1921 






351 



352 



/J/ 



'<?/ 



353 



,0/ 



/H 



J 



22 



Group 2. — Textiles and Their Products — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GEOUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 


Industry 
number. 


i 




1923 


1921 


o 

6 











Group 3.— IRON AND STEEL AND THEIR PRODUCTS, 
NOT INCLUDING MACHINERY. 

[Inch] 






? ■ ■ - 



■ I 



. 



ides former industry ' /.' •idditry 

':■.:■' :i:i . i . : : : . , 

81562—24 4 



Cutlery not includins silver and plated cutlery and edge 
tools m Bias Hardware, not elsewhere classified: Saws: 
Tools- not includu ols, machine tools* lies, 
or saws 

I 

- 



Indo 


-- 


number". 


= • 








Bg 






- 




19*1 


g 












3 



Files (<ct alto Hardware, not elsewhere d Tools, 

not Including edge tools, machine tools, files, or 

•Firearms (tec wlto .Ammunition and related procr 
Ordnance and ace 

nizlng and other coating, not done in rolling mills.. 

iron 

Hardware, not els^w here classi ronze, 

etc.: Cutlery not including silver and tlery 

and edgp >rtinz and ath- 

letic good*, not lncluu munition; 

Tools, not including edge tools machine tools, files, or 






" 



laO 

305 



- 


113 


10 if 


1H 


jot? 





U7. 



24 



Group 3. — Iron and Steel and Their Products, Not 
Including Machinery — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 


1923 


1921 


JCrlJ 




306 


155 


307 


161 


/£>0 
308 


163 


'tf 


1 
165 


'U 


166 


100 

311 


167 


$V 




31a 


168 


ICO 




313 


164 


n4 




314 


162 



Horseshoes, not made in rolling niills (see also Iron and 
steel, steel works and rolling mills) , 

Horseshoes, muie shoes, toe weights, calks, etc. 

*Iron and steel, blast furnaces 

Pig iron and blast-furnace ferroalloys. 

Iron and steel, bolts, nuts, washers, and rivets, not made 
In rolling mills (see also Iron and steel, steel works and 
rolling mills) 

Iron and steel, cast-iron pipe (see also "Iron and steel, blast 
furnaces," when pipe is cast direct from a blast furnace: 
Iron and steel, steel works and rolling mills) 

Cast-iron gas, water, soil, and other pipe. 

Iron and steel, doors and shutters (see also Foundry and 
machine-shop products; Structural and ornamental 
iron work, not made in rolling mills) 



Iron and steel, f orgings, not made in steel works or rolling 
mills (see also Iron and steel, steel works and rolling mills) 

Light and heavy drop and steam-hammer forgings, chains, 
anchors, axles, car wheels, frogs, etc. 

Iron and steel, nails, spikes, etc., not made in rolling niills 
(see also Iron and steel, steel works and rolling mills; 
Wire, drawn from purchased bars or rods) 

(a) Cut nails and spikes. 
(6) Wire nails and spikes. 

(c) Forged nails and spikes. 

(d) Railroad spikes (cut). 

(e) All other, including horseshoe nails, tacks, staples, 

hooks, etc. 

Iron and steel, processed or welded 

Establishments engaged chiefly in case-hardening, temper- 
ing, or otherwise specially treating iron or steel, or in doing 
contract or custom welding. 

(a) Treated iron and steel. 

(b) Welded (acetylene, electric, thermit, and other 

methods). 

*Iron and steel, steel works and rolling mills 

Establishments engaged in the manufacture of steel or in 
the rolling of hot iron. Products include steel ingots and 
direct steel castings; rolled iron and steel, such as rails, splice 
bars, rail joints, bars and rods, tin-plate bars, wire rods, 
structural shapes, hoops, bands, and cotton ties; plates and 
sheets, including black plates and sheets for tinning; nail 
and tack plates; car axles, rolled and hammered; car wheels; 
armor plate; gun forgings; etc. 



25 



Group 3. — Iron and Steel and Their Products, Not 
Including Machinery — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND IXDVSTEY CLASSIFICAIIOX. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 1921 



315 



Iron and steel, wrought pipe, not made In rolling mills (see 
also Iron and steel, steel works and rolling mills) 

Wrought welded pipe and boiler tubes: clinched, brazed, 
and heavy riveted pipe. 

♦Ordnance and accessories {set also Iron and steel, steel 
works and rolling mills; Iron and* steel, forgings, not 
made in steel works or rolling mills) 

Cannon and artillery, gun mounts, carriages, caissons, lim- 
bers, mounted machine guns, and accessories. (Light porta- 
ble machine guns are to be classified under "Firearms.") 

Pens, steel 

Steel and other metal pens, except gold pens. 

Plumbers' supplies, not including iron pipe, marble and 
stone work, or enameled ware (see also Brass, bronze, etc. ; 
Foundry and machine-shop products; Iron and steel, 
cast-iron pipe; Marble, slate, and stone work; Stamped 

and enameled ware, not elsewhere classified) 

Bath .loom and laundry equipment 

and fitti. nd pantry sinks, 

flush valves, faucets, pine hangers, and kindred procin 

(6) Laundry tubs, 
(c) Lavatories and sii 
(<?) All other. 

Safe*, and vaults 

eel burial 
safe and vault locks, etc. 

. and parts. 
(b) Vault-, locks, 

Sav, Cutlery Cnot including silver and plated iqQ 

edge tools, 



Scr»-\ dware, nc: / ^ ° 

fled 321 

in metal. //)/) 

Bcvei Hardware, not elsewhei 322 

Springs, -i eel, railway, vehicle, heavj machine, etc, not 
made in rolling mill! jon, sleigh, 

and Iron and steel, • oiling 

mil' 

I 

i 

(b) I . 

" 



316 



106 

317 



318 



319 



sr? 






1G9 



22-5 



. 















/00 



/O/ 



jod 



'0 



/&/- 



/CO 

1 00^ 



160 



101 



s 



26 



Group 3. — Iron and Steel and Ikeir Products. Not 
Including Machinery — Continued. 

[Industries marked {*) require special schedules.] 



GRGTT AXT» INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



— — 
EL' 



1923 1921 £ 



and hut-water heating appa- 
ratus Foundry and machine-shop products; 

Stoves other . oil. or electric and hot-air 

furnaces 

H< 

. heating bea] 
All other. 

I 

hutrg 



324 ' 






Steel barrels, drums, and rank-, portable 

ible iron and 

S 

Stoves and appl g and oil 

replaces ax 
heated ranks cr boil- rs, 

- furnaces, Bunscn burners, etc.; and gas or oil 

- 

- 
- 

Stoves other tb; .trie and hot-air furnaces 
Steam fittings and steam and hot-water heat- 
ins apparatus; Stoves and appliances, gas and oil) 

Cook: 

ves. 

'lot-air fun:; 

Structural and ornamental iron work, not made in roll- /qq 
ing d i Foundry and machine-shop products: ' 

Iron and steel, steel works and rollins mills ^ 

Girders, colui ..ilings. fir.; 

. builders' iron work, structural and ornamental. 

*Tin plate and terneplate. not made in loliinn mttfl ' 

ateo Iron and steel, steel works and rolling mills) 

hmentsenf lofpurd 

plates with tin or terr.c mixture. 



/7(? 

r 






300 



304. 
(Pt0 






305 



315 









lolS 

3 

3 



1*1 



>PD 



u 



% 



27 



Group 3. — Iron and Steel and Their Products, Not 
Including Machinery — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Tinware, not elsewhere classified << also Copper, tin, and 
sheet-iron work, etc.; Stamped and enameled ware, 

not elsewhere classified) 

Tin cans, pails, boxes, steam cookers, boilers, household 
and cooking utensils, and other tinware nor classifiable in 
the industries above named. 




too 



> 



Sf?\ 



331 



Tools, not including edge tools, machine tools, files, or 
saws [ (see also Cutlery (not including silver and plated 
cutlery) and edge tools: Files; Hardware, not elsewhere 

classified; Machine tools; Saws] 

Stone and marble cutting tools, spirit levels, picks, plum- 
ironworkers' tools, confectioners' 
tools, bakers' tools, shovels, spades, scoops, pressing irons, ; 
hammers, mallets, soldering irons, screw drivers, wrenches, 
and all tools not covered by other classifications. 
Shovels, spades, scoops, and hoes. 

irpenters' tools, not elsewhere classified. 
M :-.■ dnists' tools. 
(<*) All other. 

Vault, sidewalk, and floor lights, coal-hole covers, and /O O 
ventilating equipment Foundry and machine- 

shop products ) 332 

*Wbe, drawn from purchased bars or rods y$te also Brass 
bronze, etc.; Iron and steel, steel works and rolling / 6>£? 
mills) 333 

Wirework, nvt elsewhere classified {see also Mattresses and 
spring oeds. not elsewhere i tssified; Wire, drawn from 

purchased bars or rods) 

e and cable, wire clo, 
man . bottle 

. bell lacing . 
men ire. 

(a) Wire, barbed. 
(bS V Me. 

. 
ther. 



334 



/<v 



D 






/cO 



3 






. 






/££ 



/<>r 



5 



Group 3. — Iron and Steel and Their Products, Not 
Including Machinery — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



43 

5 



1 



19?3 



1921 



Group 4.— LUMBER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Baskets and rattan and willow ware, not including fur- 
niture 

Baskets of all kinds, including fruit or berry baskets and 
boxes; coffee drums; laundry hampers; and, in general, small 
articles made of rattan and willow. (Rattan and willow 
furniture is to be classified under Furniture, b.) 

Billiard and pool tables, bowling alleys, and accessories.. 

Billiard, pool, and bagatelle tables, billiard cues and chalk, 
pool pockets, cue tips, pool balls, etc. 

. (a) Billiard and pool tables and accessories. 

(b) Bowling allevs and accessories. 

(c) Allother. 

Boxes, cigar, wooden (see also Boxes, paper and other, not 
elsewhere classified) 

All wooden boxes in which cigars are packed and from 
whieh^gu^ejoM^ T [ rtrX£ ^~ 

Boxes, wooden pairing, except cigar boxes (see also Lum- 
ber, planing-mill products) 

Wooden boxes or cases; box shooks; trunk slabs; crates for 
butter, fruits, berries, and vegetables; cases for eggsand 
canned goods; carrier trays; -ete. ^/irUZ^ut frTZAtgnJ 

Coffins, burial cases, and undertakers ' goods Hr^Tr. . . 

Collins and caskets, whether of wood or metal; burial cases; 

: and undertakers' supplies and accessories, 

such as burial garments, robes, shrouds, dresses and suits, 

I es and slippers, casket linings and draperies, ambulance 

baskets, door draperies, lowering devices, couches, embalm- 

and embalming Quids. 

Cooperage (see also Wooden goods, not elsewhere classified), 
rels, hogsheads, wooden tubs, 
tanks, vats, and imilar containers made oi staves. Reports 
Old -how tight and slack COO] irately. (SI 

and hoops — the cooperage stock — are products of 
the - industry.) 

(6) Allother. 

Cork products 

Bottle cors >oard for insulation, cork 

. and oiii.'i articli made oi i 

Bwetolor 

Fonm "I aUrials, 

■ /.*' 

29 




1O0 



p£r 



'oaS 



/OO 

405 I 73 



loo i 

400 j 79 



83 






/O0. 



■J7 



/OP 



V 



/Of) J 



90) 



30 

Group 4. — Lumber and Allied Products — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUr AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 



1921 






*Furniture (see also Mattresses and spring beds; Refriger- 
ators; Show cases) 

All classes of wood and metal furniture, including tables, 
desks, bookcases, sideboards, china closets, commodes, 
wardrobes, bedsteads, sofas, couches, chairs, chair seats, 
footstools, hat trees, music cabinets and stands, bureaus, 
chiffoniers, furniture ornaments, and store and office fixtures. 

(a) Wood furniture, other than rattan and willow. 

(6) Rattan and willow furniture. 

(c) Metal furniture. 

(d) Store and office fixtures. 

Lasts and related products 

Lasts for boots and shoes, shoe trees, shoe stretchers, dis- 
play forms for boots and shoes, etc. 

*Lumber and timber products, not elsewhere classified 
(see also Lumber, planing-mill products) 

Logging camps, producing logs, bolts, and rough timber 
products, such as hewn crossties, poles, posts, mine timbers, 
wheel and handle stock, excelsior stock, etc.: sawmills, pro- 
ducing rough lumber, laths, shingles, staves, heading, hoops, 
veneer stock, veneers, and other products from logs and bolts. 
Planing mills operated in conjunction with sawmills are to be 
included in this classification, but independent planing mills 
should be classified in ' ' Lumber, planing-mill product 

Lumber, planing-mill products, not made in planing 
mills connected with sawmills (see also Boxes, wooden 
packing, except cigar boxes; Lumber and timber prod- 
ucts; Show cases; Wood, turned and carved) 

Dressed lumber, sash, doors, blinds, moldings, panels, 
wood mantels, brackets, stair work, door arid window frames, 
and all classes of general millwork. 



/3X- 

409 



410 : 



127 



411 



^ 



^latches 

Mirror and picture frames (see also Lumber, planing-mill 
products 

Frames, chiefly of wood, for mirrors, pictures, photo- 
graphs, and medallions. (The moldings of which the frames 
are made are, as a rule, planing-mill products.) Establish- 
ments engaged in framing pictures, etc., to individual order 
are not to be included. 

Pulp goods 

Pails, dishes, tubs, boxes, and other articles of this charac- 
ter made from wood pulp or paper chemically treated. 
(Wall board is to be classified in "Wall plaster, \vall board, 
and floor composition.") 

Formerly included wall board, other than gypsum wall board, 
now classified under "' Wall plaster, wall board, and poor com- 
position" ' 



iff 

412 



IOO 

413 

\ ioo 

I 414 



IoO 

415 



193 



194 



198 



191 



255 

(pt.) 



to) 

4 



)0D 



W* 



i<>/ 



loo 

4 

{Of 

4 



ire 



31 

Group 4. — Lumber and Allied Products — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



Industry _r 

number. g 

P AND IXDUSTEY CLASSIFICATION*. E- 



1923 1921 



Refrigerators 'see also Furniture 

Refrigerators, ice boxes, and refrigerating shew cases and 
cour. 

Rules, wood, h ory, and other ^see also Tools, not elsewhere 
classified) 

Rules made of wood, ivory, metal, or other materials. 

Show cases (ace also Furniture; Lumber, planing-mill 
products 

Show cases, display cases, wall cases, and cabinets. 

-Turpentine and rosin (see also Wood distillation and ehar- 
coal manuf acture 

Spirits of turpentine and rosin made by distillation of the 
xudation of the pine tree. 

Window and door screens and weather strips 

Window screens, door screens, and weather strips, irre- 
spective of the materials used. 
Window and door screei 
Weather strips. 

Wood preserving: 

Treatment of wood to prevent decay and for protection 
against fire, worms, etc. Products include railway ties, pav- 
ing block? 

Wood, turned and carved (see also Lumber, planing-mill 
products; Wooden goods, not elsewhere classified 

handles, brush blocks, bungs, scrollwork, fretwork. 
grille work. '][<> sawing, carved woodwork, etc. 

Wooden goods, not elsewhere classified 'see also Cooper- 
age; Wood, turned and carved 

xxlen goods not classified in other industries; in par- 
ties tchen. dairy, laundry, and miscellane- 

• boards, rolling 
chopping 1 

grain 
aiders, etc. 



too 

416 258 



/0 6 



S^7 

420 



/0O 

422 
423 



340 



£46 

421 34o 



347 



348 



foo 



417 263 : 4 

/AM 

US 279 4 

\/*6-\ S 

419 322 8 



"/ 



t*6 



1*6 



;ct> 






32 

Group 4. — Lumber and Allied Products — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require sr.eeial schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 



1921 



^2 



t 



I 



Group 5.— LEATHER AND ITS FINISHED PRODUCTS. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



> 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Belting, leather {see also Leather, tanned, curried, and 
finished) 

All kinds of leather belting, used for the transmission of 
power. 

Boot and shoe cut stock, not made in hoot and shoe fac- 
tories {see also Boot and shoe findings, not made in boot 
and shoe factories; Boots and shoes, other than rubber.) 

Soles, tips, heels, top lifts, inner soles, etc. 

Boot and shoe findings, not made in boot and shoe fac- 
tories {sec also Boot and shoe cut stock, not made in 
boot and shoe factories; Boots and shoes, other than 
rubber; Blacking, stains, and dressings) 

Shoe pegs, bows, clasps, stays, metal tips and heelplates, 
toe caps, buckles, heel caps, rands, staples, counters, shanks, 
wooden heels, shoe trimmings, boot and shoe uppers, etc. 

Boots and shoes, other than rubber 

Boots, shoes (high and low cut), pumps, slippers, sandals, 
putties, leggings, overgaiters. and allied footwear, made 
chiefly of leather, but to some extent also of felt (purchased), 
canvas, or other textile fabrics. Establishments engaged 
in contract work on materials furnished by others, in con- 
nection with the manufacture of boots, shoes, etc., are also in- 
cluded in this industry. (Felt shoes, etc., made in mills 
which manufacture the felt are classified in "Felt goods.") 

(a) Regular factories — those manufacturing boots and 

snoes (high and low cut), sandals, slippers, etc., as 
their products of chief value. 

(b) Factories manufacturing overgaiters, leggings, put- 

ties, house or comfort slippers, soft moccasins, etc., 
as their products of chief value. 

(c) Contract establishments — those establishments in the 

boot and shoe industry which work largely or en- 
tirely on materials furnished by other establish- 
ments. (These contract establishments include 
a few engaged in crimping, stitching, or button- 
hole making.) 

<;io\es and mittens, leather {see also Furnishing goods, 

men's) 

. boys', women's, and children's leather gloves, mit- 
iiid gauntlets, lined and unlined. 

Leather goods, not elsewhere classified (see also Gloves 
and mittens, leather; Pocketbooks, purses, and card- 
eases; Saddlery and harness; Trunks, valises, and car- 
rying cases) 

!i ineous leather products not classified in other In- 
dustries; for example, belts (for wear on the person), straps 
(not including halter straps for use as parts of har- 

iddles), dog collar-, embosi ed leather, burnt-leather 
Is, leather washers, leather chair seats, leather gam* 
brief cases, rasor strops, etc. 

(33) 



Industry 
number. 



1923 



501 



/CD 

502 



io C 

503 



1921 



IOC 

505 



21 



28 









/cc 

504 29 



130 



500 



34 



Group 5. — Leather and Its Finished Products — Continued , 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 






group and Industry classification. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 1921 



I JO 
Leather, tanned, curried, and finished 507 

Rough leather, sole leather, upper leather, morocco and 
colored skins, horsehides, calf arid kip skins, goatskins and 
sheepskins: belting, harness, carriage, trunk, bag and pocket- 
book, bookbinders',' and furnitureleather; leather for gloves, 
mittens, etc. 

Pocketbooks, purses, and cardcases {see also Leather lo(? 
goods, not elsewhere classified; Trunks, valises, and ' 
carrying cases) 508 

Pocketbooks. bill folds, cardcases, coin purses, women's 
purse-handbags, etc. 

' i C O 
Saddlery and harness {see also Leather goods, not else- / 
where classified) 509 

Saddlery and parts, harness and parts, halters, horse boots, ! 
turf goods*, feed bags, etc. 

Trunks, valises, and carrying cases {see also Leather 
goods, not elsewhere classified; Pocketbooks, purses, 
and cardcases) 

Trunks, valises, suit cases, traveling bags, satchels, carry- 
ing cases, hat boxes, luncheon kits, etc., irrespective of the 
materials from which made. 



fOO 

510 



183 



247 



264 



321 






Group 6.— RUBBER PRODUCTS. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



♦Belting and hose, rubber (see also Rubber tires and inner 
tubes; Rubber goods, not elsewhere classified) 

All kinds of belting and hose in which rubber is the ma- 
terial of chief value. 

(a) Belting. 

(b) Hose. 

*Boots and shoes, rubber 

Rubber boots, shoes, overshoes, 
shoes with rubber soles. 



Industry ■ 

number. a 



s 8 

3* 



1923 1921 



heels, and soles; canvas 



* Rubber goods, not elsewhere classified (see also Belting 
and hose, rubber; Boots and shoes, rubber; Rubber 
tires and inner tubes; Suspenders, garters, and elastic 
woven goods) 

Rubberized fabrics and cloth; druggists' and stationers' 
sundries, such as rubber brushes, rubber bands, rubber type, 
etc.; rubber mats: hard-rubber goods; etc. 

Formerly part of ''Rubber tires, tubes, and rubber goods, not 
elsewhere specified," but treated as a separate classification in 
compiling statistics for 1921. 

* Rubber tires and inner tubes {see also Belting and hose, 
rubber; Rubber goods, not elsewhere classified) 

Pneumatic tires and inner tubes for automobiles, motor- 
cycles, bicycles, etc.; solid rubber tires for trucks and other 
vehicles. 

Formerly part of tl Rubber tires, tubes, and rubber goods, not 
elsewhere specified," but treated as a separate classification in 
compiling statistics for 1921. 



/3 2T 

coi 



602 



/6T 
003 



162 

604 



'<>/ 



19 



14 



30 ' 14 



262r 



'Of 



(Of 

14 



262 



14 



/r / 



(35) 



Group 7.— PAPER AND PRINTING. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Bags, paper, exclusive ol those made in paper mills 

*Bookbinding and blank-book making (see also Printing 
and publishing— three classifications) 

Bookbinding and blank-book making; embossing; book 
gilding; paper ruling; paper cutting; card, book, and paper 
edging; card beveling and bronzing; mounting of woolen and 
other samples; show-card mounting; etc. 

Boxes, paper and other, not elsewhere classified (see also 
Fancy articles, not elsewhere classified; Jewelry and in- 
strument cases) 

Plain and metal-edged boxes, made of paper, news board, 
or cardboard, for confectionery, milhnery, cigarettes, lunches, 
druggists' preparations, silverware, etc. 

(a) Shipping containers, corrugated and fiber. 

(6) Pet-up paper boxes. 

(c) Cartons and folding boxes . 

(d) Paper cans. 

(e) All other. 

Card cutting and designing 

Jewelers' cards; index cards for office and library cabinets; 
Jacquard cards; fancy cards; stencil cards for addressing 
machines; photograph mats, mounts, and folders; etc. 

Cardboard, not made in paper nulls (see also Paper and 
wood pulp) 

Engraving (other than steel, copperplate, or wood), chas- 
ing, etching, and diesinking) 

Engraving, chasing, and etching on jewelry and silverware, 
notarial seals, fancy metals, etc., for purposes other than print- 
ing; diesinking. 

Engraving, steel and copperplate, and plate printing (see 
also Lithographing; Photo-engraving, not done in print- 
ing establishments) 

Engraving on steel or copperplate for cards, music, plate 
engraving, fine stationery work, etchings, illustrations, etc., 
and generally all engraving of this character which may be 
associated with printing. 

Engraving, wood 

Wood engraving (generally wood cuts for use in printing). 

\Envelopes (see also Stationery goods, not elsewhere classi- 
fied, and manifolding machinery) 

Labels and tags (see also Printing and publishing, book 
and job) 

Labelsand tags of celluloid, metal, cardboard, etc.; baggage 
and other checks; labels for clothing; patent indexes; laun- 
dry and shipping tags; pin tickets; etc. 

(36) 



Industry 
number. 

1 

I 


1923 


1921 


/CO 

701 


15 


/7V 

702 


26 


£•& 




703 


32 


loo 




704 


46 


ICQ 




705 


47 


fVO 




706 


103 

i 


jo0 




707 


104 


ICO 




708 


105 


,o0 




709 


108 


(tf 




710 


176 



r-jT-t 

3 



37 

Group 7. — Paper and Printing — Continued. 
[Industries marked :*.) require special schedules.] 



Industry 

number. 



GROUP AND INI V lSSEFICATIOK. 



1923 



Lithographing {see also Photo-engraving, not done in 
printing establishments; Printing and publishing- 
three classifications' 

lishments engage! primarily in ohotolithographing. 
in lithograohing on paper. Tin. etc.. and in drawing' or 'trans- 
ferring designs or preparing stones or plates used in litho- 
graphing. 

*Paper and wood pulp 

k paper, fine paper, wrapping paper, blot- 
ting paper, cardboard, strawboard, etc.: wood pulp. 
(e) Paper • 
(b) Pulp exctosi 

Paper and pulp. 

Paper goods, not elsewhere classified (see also Stationery 
goods, not elsewhere classified, and manifolding ma- 
chinery 

Crene and surface-coated paper: glazed, waxed, oiled, water- 
proof . and corrugate d fly, and toilet paper': paper 
lace: cigarette paper: playing cards; confetti; milk-bottle 

(a) Plaving cards. 
(6) All other. 

Paper patterns 

rns, fashion plates, etc., made from paper. 

Photo-engTaving, not done in printing establishments 
(see also Lithographing; Sierotyping and electrotyping, 

not done in printing establishments ) 

Phol and similar transfer work: products include 

reproductions of photographs, maps, charts, diagrams, post 
cards, fashion plates, i es, drawings, half tones, iine 

plates, and illustrations of ail sorts. 

♦Printing and publishing, book and job 'see also Bookbind- 
ing and blank-book making; Printing and publishing, /Aj/ 
music; Printing and publishing, newspapers and peri- ' J r 

odi< 71 

ihlfflrnients imarily in (a) job printing: (b) 

printing and publication of books and pamphlets: (c) publi- 
cation, b. ting, of books and pamphlets: (d) lino- 
besetting. 

(6) Book publishing and printing, 
without pri: 
(d) I. 



711 
712 



10 C 

713 



/CO 



192 1 



- 



/ CC 



"Printing and publishing, music fee also Printing and 
publishing, book and job; Printing and publishing, 

newspapers and periodicals 

beet music. 
: hing. 



/ 



* 



228 



229 



lot 



Ib'fi 






.- 






/3y 



Group 7. — Paper and Printing — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*; require special schedules.] 




Industry 
number. 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



^Printing and publishing, newspapers and periodicals 
(see also Bookbinding and blank-book making; Print- 
ing and publishing, book and job) 

Establishments engaged primarily in the preparation, print- 
ing, and publication, or in the preparation and publication but 
but not the printing, of newspapers and periodicals. Some 
of these establishments also do job printing; but establish- 
ments engaged primarily in job printing should be classified 
under ''Printing and publishing, book and job." (Care 
should be taken to see that the information called for by sec- 
tions A and B of Inquiry 6 has been supplied.) 

(a) Printing and publishing. 

(b) Printing, publishing, and job printing. 

(c) Publishing, without printing. 

Printing materials, not including type or printing ink 
(see also Foundry and machine-shop products; Ink, 
printing; Type founding) 

Composing rules and sticks, mallets, planes, chases, quoins, 
type cases, galleys, printers' rollers, blocks, plate hooks, lock- 
ing devices, etc. 

Stereotyping and electro typing, not done in printing es- 
tablishments (see also Printing and publishing— three 
classifications; Printing materials, not including type 
or printing ink; Type founding) 

Type founding (see also Printing materials, not including 
type or printing ink; Stereotyping and electrotyping, 
not done in printing establishments) 

Type (for printing or for typewriting machines), brass rules, 
leads, slugs, etc. 

Wall paper, not made in paper mills 

Establishments engaged chiefly in the designing of patterns 
and the printing of paper used to cover interior walls and 
ceilings. (The paper itself, designated as "hanging paper," 
is made in paper mills.) 




718 



tOt) 

719 



ICD 

720 

loo 

721 

ICO 

722 






« 



f&h 



252 



253 



302 



323 



330 



let 



lit 



Group 8.— CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



* Ammunition and related products (see aUo Explosives; 
Firearms; Fireworks; Ordnance and accessories) 

Ammunition for small arms and artillery; also fuses, blast- 
ing and detonating caps, miners' squibs, naval and railroad 
torpedoes, fog and danger signals, etc. (Dynamite and other 
explosives for agricultural use and "cart ridges" for use in oil 
wells are classified under "Explosives," and fireworks are 
classified separately as such.) 

Raking powders and yeast (tee also Flavoring extracts)... 

Baking powders, yeast (dry, compressed, and liquid), and 
other leavening compounds, such as malt extract, 
(a) Baking powders. 
(6) Yeast. 

Blacking, stains, and dressings (see also Boot and shoe 
findings, not made in boot and shoe factories; Cleaning 
and polishing preparations) 

Blackings, waxes, stains, dressings, and polishes for 
leather, boots and shoes, harness, and belting; stove polish; 
burnishing inks; enameled dressings for automobile and 
carriage tops, etc. 

Bluing 

Laundry bluing, soluble or liquid, aniline blue, etc., made 
principally from indigo and Prussian blue. 

Bone black, carbon black, and lampblack (see also Chem- 
icals, not elsewhere classified; Paints) 

(a) Bone black. 
(6) Carbon black. 
(c) Lampblack. 

Candles (sec also Grease and tallow, not including lubri- 
cating greases; Petroleum refining; Soap) 

Candles made of spermaceti, paraffin, wax, tallow, stear- 
ino, etc. 

♦Chemicals, not elsewhere classified (see also Coke, not 
Including gas-house coke; Druggists' preparations; 
Dyestuffs and tanning materials; Explosives; Fertilizers; 
Gas, manufactured, illuminating and heating; Oil, 
essential; Paints; Patent medicines and compounds: 
Sulphuric, nitric, and mixed acids; Turpentine and 
rosin; Varnishes; Wood distillation and charcoal man- 
ufacture) 

All chemicals except those produced In the allied Indus- 
tries specified above. They are grouped under six bead . 
namelv: (I) Acids, except sulphuric, nitric, and mixed acid 
made Dy establishments engaged primarily in the inanu- 

(39) 



Industry 
number. 


1923 


1921 

! 


101/ 




801 


4 1 


5^ 




802 


1G 


803 


23 


foe 

804 


2-1 


5^ 




805 


25 


too 

806 


42 


ifS~ 




807 


.,1 



I* 



40 

Group 8. — Chemicals and Allied Products — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



♦Chemicals, not elsewhere classified— Continued. 

faeture of these acids (such establishments to be classified 
in the "Sulphuric, nitric, and mixed acids" industry). (U • 
Sodium compounds (Ill) Nitrogen and fixed-nitrogen com- 
pound-, including ammonium and cyanogen compound . 
(IV) Potassium compounds, including pota>h from original 
sources. (V) Other mo ganic compound*, including alums 
and the various salts and compounds of metals (antimony, 
arsenic, copper, gold, iron, etc.), gases (chlorine, hydrogen, 
and oxygen), rare earths, etc. (VI) Organic compounds in 
general', including the alkaloids and their salts coal-tar 
crudes, intermediates, and finished coal-tar products: plas- 
tics, such as the pyroxylin pla-tic*, rubber substitutes, etc.. 
including finished' goods made by the establishment that 
makes the plastic: acetylene gas when sold in containers, and 
other compressed or liquefied gases: formaldehyde; glycerin; 
carbon product 5; ether: acetone; etc. 

(a) Chemicals not of coal-tar origin. 

(o) Coal-tar product-. 

Cleaning and polishing preparations (see also Blacking, 
stains, and dressings) 

Preparations for cleaning and polishing furniture, floors, 
wall paper, gloves and other wearing apparel, metal ware, 
and cars; automobile body polish; paint and varnish remov- 
ers: rust and stain removers; washing, ironing, sweeping, 
and scouring compounds; laundry tablets; floor wax;" eye- 
glass and windshield cleaners; copper cloth; steel wool; etc. 

(a) Cleaning preparations. 

(b) Metal polish. 

(c) All other polishing preparations. 

Coke, not including gas-house coke . 

(a) Beehive ovens. 

(b) By-product ovens. 

Drug grinding 

Establishments engaged in grinding drugs of all kinds, 
sometimes known as "drug millers."' 

*Druggists' preparations (see also Chemicals, not elsewhere 
classified; Patent medicines and compounds; Perfum- 
ery, cosmetics, and toilet preparations) 

Serums vaccines and toKin;, capsules (filled or empty), 
tablets pills, pepsin, tincture-, medicinal plasters, cough 
sirup, ointment*, and other pharmaceutical*. 

*Dyestuffs and tanning materials (see also Chemicals, not 

elsewhere classified; Paints; Varnishes) 

Indigo, coc meal, m,i 1 1 r, fustic, mordants, iron liquor 

red liquor, turkey-red oil, logwood extract, ground sumac, 
sumac extract, hemlock extract, oak and chestnut extracts, 
palmetto extract, chrome tannage solution, tannic acid, sizes, 
etc. 



fc^tfjw*-**' 



Industry 
number. 



1923 1921 



s-y 




SOS 


Go 


/iT 




809 


74 


/od 
S10 


93 


;;3 

811 


94 


i>H 




812 


96 



o5 



jo 



s 



ID 



ll 



41 

Group 8. — Chemicals and Allied Products — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



^Explosives (see also Ammunition and related products; 
Chemicals, not elsewhere classified; Firearms; Ord- 
nance and accessories) 

Blasting powder, gunpowder (black), nitroglycerin, dyna- 
mite., guncotton or pyroxylin, smokeless powder, fulminat- 
ing mercury, permissible explosives, etc. 

^Fertilizers (see also Oil, cake, and meal, cottonseed; 

Slaughtering and meat packing, wholesale) 

Superphosphates from minerals, bones, etc.: ammoniated 
fertilizers, concentrated phosphate, complete fertilizers, fish 
scrap, etc. 

Fireworks 

Display fireworks of all kinds, such as aii and toy torpedoes, 
bombs, shells, wheel-, torches, rockets, colored fire, sparklers, 
and firecrackers. 

*Gas, manufactured, illuminating and heating (see also 
"Chemicals, not else'where classified" for gas com- 
pressed and sold in containers) 

Gas made from coal, coke, oil, gasoline, or calcium carbide 
(acetylene gas) and distributed through mains. (Establish- 
ments engaged solely in the production of natural gas, and 
tho e engaged solely in the distribution of gas, either natural 
manufactured, are not manufacturing establishments and 
refore are not included inthi- industry. Establishments 
which manufacture gas of any kind for ?ale in containers, in 
compressed or liquefied fo^m, are classified in the "Chemi- 
cals, not elsewhere classified'' industry.) 

Clue, not made in fertilizer factories or in meat-packing 
or fish-canning establishments (see also Fertilizers; 
Slaughtering and meat packing, wholesale) 

Glue (flexible :nd liquid), gelatin, and glue jelly or paste, 
vd from hides fleshings, and fish, 
'.nimal glue. 

(b) Fish glu*'. 

(c) Glue, other than fish or animal. 

(d) All other products. 

Grease and tallow, not including lubricating greases (see 
a/so Candles; Fertilizers; Lubricating greases; Slaugh- 
tering and meat packing, wholesale; Soap) 

3o ip ^tock. 

(b) Tallow. 

(c) All other. 

Ink, printing 

Printing and lithographing ink<. 

Ink, writing 

Writing inks and fluids, indelible ink, etc. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 



813 



I3C 

814 



815 



/3 3 

816 



J^ 7 



SI 7 



J 5' 

818 

JoC 

819 
820 



1921 



107 



112 



116 



131 



137 



141 



l.V.i 



flj 



42 

Group 8. — Chemicals and Allied Products — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 


00 

- *> 

C 


1923 1921 



Liquors, distilled, and ethyl alcohol (see "Wood distilla- 
tion and charcoal manufacture" for methanol 

Whisky, rum, gin, brandy, fruit brandies etc., and ethyl 
alcohol. 

(a) Alcohol, ethvl. 

C6) Whisky. 

(c) All other distilled liquors. • . 1^ i 

Liquors, malt (see also Beverages; Malt) . CfflMrfftlM-. 10. ! 
Lager beer, porter, ale, and other alcoholic malt beverages. 
Formerly included nonalcoholic malt beverages, now classified 
under "Beverages ," 101. 



nch as champagne, claret, 



Liquors, vinous 

Wines, still and effervescing, 
port, sherry, Catawba, etc. 

Lubricating greases (see also Grease and tallow, not in- 
cluding lubricating greases; Petroleum refining) 

Axle grease and other hard and soft lubricating greases, as 
distinguished from lubricating oils. 

Mucilage, paste, and other adhesives, not elsewhere 
classified (see also Glue, not made in fertilizer factories 
or in meat-packing or fish-canning establishments) 

Mucilage, paste, mending cement, rubber cement, sealing 
wax. pneumatic-tire fillers, sizing, and other adhesives, ex- 
cept glue, which has a separate classification. 

Oil, cake, and meal, cottonseed 

Cottonseed oil. either crude or refined, and such by-prod- 
ucts as meal and cake, hulls, linters, and grabbots. 

Oil, cake, and meal, linseed 

Linseed oil, made from flaxseed, and such by-products a-s 
flaxseed cake and meal. 

*OiI, essential (see also Perfumery, cosmetics, and toilet 
preparations) 

Volatile oils from plants, such as peppermint, 
sassafras, wintergreen, clove, lemon, aniseed, 
lavender, orange, patchouli, witch-hazel, etc. 

Oil, not elsewhere classified 

Lubricating oils, not made in petroleum refineries: castor 
oil: and fish oils, neat's-foot oil, etc., not made in slaughtering 
and meat-packing establishments. 

(a) Vegetable oils. 

(b) Animal oils. 

(c) Mineral oils. 

(d) Composite oils. 

*Paints (see also Varnishes) 

Colors and pigments, paints in oils, ready-mixed paints, 
water paints, kalsomine, stains, fillers (dry or paste), putty, 
etc. 



spearmint, 
berganiot, 




822 
823 



J 00 

S24 



joV 

S25 I 
S26 

loO 

827 
828 



830 



187 



188 



192 



208 



216 



219 



217 



220 



226 



43 

Group 8. — Chemicals and Allied Products — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



♦Patent medicines and compounds (see also Chemicals, 
not elsewhere classified; Druggists' preparations; Per- 
fumery, cosmetics, and toilet preparations) 

Medicines and compounds for cither man or animal, sold 
under the protection of patents, copyrights, or trade-marks, or 
prepared according to secret formiilas, including medicines 
of a proprietary character, not necessarily patented, and 
compound- or products handled by the pharmaceutical trade, 
not otherwise provided for, such'as hair tonics, insect pow- 
ders, com cures, liver pads, household ammonia, disinfec- 
tant o, boiler compound^, fire-extmgiushing compounds, etc. 

(a ) Patent and proprietary medicines. 

(6) Patent and proprietary compounds, not elsewhere 
classified. 

♦Perfumery, cosmetics, and toilet preparations (see also 
Druggists' preparations; Oil, essential; Soap) 

Cologne, toilet water, face powders, washes and lotions, skin 
emollients, shaving cream, tooth paste and powder, bav rum, 
etc. 

♦Petroleum refining y 

Salt ^M.-:..^1...9}^m^ > .. 

Table, packers', rock, and other grades orsait, whether ob- 
tained by mining or by evaporation. 

*Soap (see also Candles; Grease and tallow, not including 
lubricating greases; Perfumery, cosmetics, and toilet 
preparations; Slaughtering and meat packing, whole- 
sale) 

Hani, soft, cake, bar, powdered, liquid, and other soaps. 

♦Sulphuric, nitric, and mixed acids (see also Chemicals, not 
elsewhere classified; Fertilizers) 



♦Varnishes (see also Paints; 

Varnishes, japans, lacquers, liquid fillers, etc. 

■ Wood distillation and charcoal manufacture (see also Tur- 
pentine and rosin) 

Methanol (wood alcohol), charcoal, turpentine, tar, acetone, 

I lime, etc., m ide by the distillation of wood through 

the us<" of cither the des ructive or the steam process: char- 

; produced by the charring of wood without recovery of 

the volatile products. 

'■ odd distillation, 
oal. 
Charcoal manufaeturt b) formerly a separatt industry in 
Group 4. 



Industry 
number. 



e • 



1923 1921 



/23 

831 



/x?> 



832 



/3 

833 

834 



835 

J/6 

83G 

>^3? 



230 



237 



238 

2GG 



291 



309 
327 



345, 
59 



H)t 



/*/ 



s /*7J 






44 

Group 8. — Chemicals and Allied Products — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 



1921 



« 



Group 9.— STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Artificial stone products, not including paving or roofing 
(see also Marble, slate, and stone work) 

Building blocks, building trimmings, etc., and other arti- 
cles, such as laundry tubs, burial vaults, etc., manufactured 
from a combination of stone, gravel, or sand, with cement. 
(Paving blocks are classified under "Paving materials" and 
cement roofing tile under '-Roofing materials.") 

Asbestos products, not including steam packing or boiler 
and pipe covering (see also Steam and other packing, 
pipe and boiler covering, and gaskets) 

Manufacture of asbestos textiles and textile products, such 
as yarn, cloth, and clothing: manufacture of asbestos build- 
ing" materials, such as roofing, sheathing, siding, and flooring: 
manufacture of other asbestos products, such as table mats 
and pads, holders for flatirons, packing for ice boxes and re- 
frigerating cars, antifriction facings and linings, and insulat- 
ing material; production of mineral wool from slag and its 
manufacture into building materials and other articles. 

(a) Braiding materials. 

(b) Textile-mill products, other than steam packing. 

(c) All other products. ,j ~> 

Cement (^A.A.W+y**... 

Portland cement; hydraulic, fireproof, aed slag cement , etc. 

China firing and decorating, not done in potteries (see also 
Pottery, including porcelain ware) 

Establishments engaged in china firing and decorating for 
the trade. (Small establishments engaged in such work for 
private customers or to individual order are not to be in- 
cluded.) 

(a) Decalcomania work on china. 

(b) All other. 

♦Clay products (other than pottery) and nonclay refrac- 
tories (see also Pottery, including porcelain ware; Sand- 
lime brick ) 

Building brick, fancy and ornamental brick, vitrified brick, 
f:rc brick, sewer pipe/draintile, etc., and other refractories. 
(a) Building brick. 
I ire brick. 
tove lining. 

(d) Sewer pipe and draintile. 

(t) Terra-cotta products— architectural terra cotta, hol- 
low building tile or block, and other tile except 
draintile. 
(/) Silica, magnesite, and bauxite bricks and sh;>i 
(g) All other nonclay refractories, including : 
refractory material. 

(45) 




903 

t 6 
904 



"7 

905 



'/CO/. 



58 






36 



too 



10 / 

9 



**o 



tc 



i 



46 



Group 9. — Stone, Clay, and Glass Products — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Crucibles 

Crucibles of all sizes, made largely from fire clay. < ciman 
clay, kaolin, and plumbago. 

(a) Graphite crucibles. 

(b) Clay crucibles. 

(c) Glass-house pots. 

Emery and other abrasive and polishing appliances (see 
also Dental goods; Grindstones, pulp stones, and mill- 
stones; Hones, whetstones, and similar products) 

Abrasive wheels, whether of emery, corundum, or other 
material; polishing and buffing wheels, belts, and disks. 

*Glass 

Building glass, pressed and blown glass, wire glass, bottles, 
jars, etc. 

Glass cutting, staining, and ornamenting (see also Glass). 
Glass cutting, glass beveling, bending sheet glass, engraving 
on glass, making glass labels, and staining and ornamenting 
glass. 

(a) Decalcomania work on glass. 
(6) All other. 

Graphite, ground and refined (see also Pencils, lead) 

The extraction from the ore and the refining of graphite 
(plumbago or black lead). 

Grindstones, pulp stones, and millstones. f™V Mi. . /??/. . 

Formerly two industries, " Grindstones " and i% ' Millstones. ,; 

Hones, whetstones, and similar products (see also Emery 
and other abrasive and polishing appliances) 

Hones, whetstones, oilstones, scythestones. lawn-mower 
sharpeners, rubbing stones for hardware finish, rubbing 
brick, shoemakers' sandstones, etc. 

♦Lime 

Marble, slate, and stone work 

Monuments, tombstones, and other articles for cemetery 
uses; builders' and plumbers' marble and stone work, soap- 
stone work, and other marble and stone work except mill- 
stones, grindstones, pulp stones, and hones and whetstones: 
roofing slate, slate blackboards, and other slate work. 

(a) Monuments, tombstones, etc. 

(b) Other marble and stone work except, slate. 
(r) Roofing slate. 

(d) Other slate products. 

Minerals and earths, ground or otherwise treated 

The- grinding or pulverising of certain earths, rocks, or 
minerals, such as emery, flint, ocher, barytes, manganese, 
chalk, talc, feldspar, sandstone, kaolin, mica, fuller's earth, : 
pumice, slate, etc. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 1921 



fl • 

a,— 



r4v 



90f> 



lot) 

907 
908 

lov 

909 



ICO 

910 

on 

IPO 

912 



in 

913 i 



89 



ice 

915 



99 



133 



134 



H2. 
202 : 



if) 4 



184 

197 



204 



47 

Group 9.^-Stone, Clay, and Glass Products — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION'. 



Industry 

number. 



3 

- 



1923 



Mirrors, framed and unf ramed (see also Furniture) 

♦Pottery, including porcelain ware [see also Clay products 
pother than pottery) and nonclay refractories] 

Stoneware, red earthenware, white ware, china, bone china, 
delft, Belleek ware, sanitary ware, etc. 
(a) Chinaware. 
(6) Earthen and stone -ware. 
(c) Allother. 

Sand-lime brick [see also Artificial stone products, not 
Including paving or roofing; Clay products (otlier than 
pottery) and nonclay refractories] 

Bricks made from a combination of sand and lime. 

Statuary and art goods, factory product (see also 3Iarble, 
slate, and stone work) 

The factory manufacture of such products as statues, vases, 
urns, brackets, garden and lawn furniture, flower boxes, 
fountains, plaques, mantels, columns, panels, moldings, 
pedestals, ornamental plaster work, architectual sculpture, 
smaliimages, scagliola, church statuary, bronze statuary, and 
papiermAche articles. 



910 
917 



918 

/oO 

919 



/OO 



Wall plaster, wall board, and floor composition 920 

Gypsum plaster and other ready-mixed wall plasters and 
similar preparations, such as hard wall plaster, plaster wains- 
coting, fiber plaster, stucco, calcined plaster, molding plaster, 
plaster board, asphalt mastic, and ornamental plasterwork 
for interior decoration: dental plaster: gypsum and other wall 
urds; floor composition: etc. 

allboird. 
(b) Allother. 
Wail board, other than gypsum wall board, formerly included 
.cods" (Group 4)- 



1921 



20-5 



248 



208 



297 



331, 
255 
(pt.) 



5- 



90 I 



/O f 






lo6 



/ od 



Group 10.— METALS AND METAL PRODUCTS, OTHER 
THAN IRON AND STEEL. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Aluminum manufactures 

Aluminum castings, bars, plates, and sheets; aluminum 
ware, such as kitchen utensils and household appliances; and 
other aluminum goods, such as automobile and airplane parts 
and specialties, toys, etc. 

(a) Castings. " 

(b) Rolled forms— bars, plates, and sheets. 

(c) Ware (principally household). 

(d) All other. 

Babbitt metal, white metal, type metal, and solder (see also 
Smelting and refining, metals other than gold, silver, or 
platinum, not from the ore) 

Babbitt metal and other alloys used as antifriction linings 
for bearings; white metal, such as pewter and britannia; type 
metal; solders of various lands, such as hard, soft, white, spel- 
ter, gold, silver, plumbers', pewterers', and button. The 
constituent metals used in making these alloys are tin, copper, 
zinc, antimony, bismuth, lead, nickel, silver, aluminum, etc. 

(a) Babbitt metal. 

(6) White metal. 

(c) Type metal. 

(d) Solder. 

Bells [see also Brass, bronze, etc. (a); Foundry and machine- 
shop products, not elsewhere classified] 

All classes of bells, gongs, and chimes, and their fixtures. 

*Brass, bronze, and other nonferrous alloys, and manu- 
factures of these alloys and of copper (see also Bells; Gas 
and electric fixtures, not including lamps and refiectors; 
Hardware, not elsewhere classified; Plumbers' supplies, 
not including iron pipe, marble and stone work, or en- 
ameled ware; Wire, drawn from purchased bars or rods) . . 
Ingots and bars of brass, bronze, and other nonferrous al- 
loys, such as white metal, Monel metal, and German silver 
(nickel silver); plates, sheets, rods, tubing, wire, castings, and 
machinery fittings made from copper or zinc or from brass, 
bronze, or other nonferrous alloys; various finished products, 
such as lamps, electrical supplies, car and engine brasses, re- 
finished brass work, oiling devices, spigots, hose couplings, 
stair plates and rods, fenders, screen plates, spun metal, etc. 
Copper ingots are normally products of the "Smelting and 
refining, copper" industry, and any such products reported 
by the establishments in the Brass, bronze, etc., industry 
represent recastings. Establishments engaged in the manu- 
facture of wire from purchased bars or rods arc classified in the 
"Wire, drawn from purchased bars or rods" industry. Es- 
tablishments engaged primarily in the manufacture of bells, 
gas and electric fixtures, hardware, and plumbers' supplies 
are not to be classified in this industry, these lines of manu- 
facture being covered by separate classifications. (See cross 
references, above.) 

(a) Brass and bronze products. 

(b) Copper products. 

(c) All other. 

(48) 



Industry 
number. 



1923 



y^9 

1001 



*>7 

1002 



1003 



>c7 

1004 



1921 



13 



18 



34 



rv®. 



10 I 

10 



4" 



/CO 

10 



ic-7 

10 



I 



49 



;p 10. — Metals axd Metal Products, Other Than Iron 

axd Steel — Continued. 

[Industries nn\ i are special sehee □ . 



P AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
numbef. 



1923 1921 



= . 
a *i 
5 



Clocks and clock movements {see also Watch and clock /* ~2_ 
materials and parts, except watchcases; Watches and *~ 
watch movements 1006 

Clocks and clock movements, watchmen's recorders, tower 
ks, advertising clocks, automobile clocks, time 
automatic clock devices, etc. 
Clocks. 
lock move:: . 
\ll other. 

Copper, tin. and sheet-iron work, including galvanized- 
iron work, not elsewhere classified {see also Brass, bronze, 
etc.; Rooting: materials, etc.; Tinware, not elsewhere 

classified 1006 

ks, tanks and bins, cooking apparatus, smokesta s 
. and furnace pipes and elbows, stove and fuma 
cornices, roofing, skylights, ventilators, corrugated-iron 
verts, etc., made from sheet copper, tin plate, or sheet iron; ! 
coppersmi thing and sheet-iron work, including galvani 

/ C O 

Electroplating 1007 

ating of all descriptions, such as nickel plan" 
. i ing, etc. In many cases tins work is dene on a con- | 
tract basis on articles furnished by oth 



66 



S 



/A2- 



10 



ICC 



s 



Firf- extinguishers, chemical 

Chemical engines, hose carts, and other apparatus and 
appliances for fire extinguishing through the use of chemicals ; 

.rations for use with such apparatus and appli- : 
ances: hand grenades for fire extingui : 



1005 



I nd electric fixtures, not including lamps and reflec- 
tors {set iIm Lamps and reflectors, not including electric- 
lamps 

xtures, chandeliers, domes, burners, mantk 
electric fixtures, holders, electroliers, brackets, portables, etc.: 
oination gas and electric fixu. 
tores, primarily. 

primarily. 
Combination gas and electric fixtures. 
Both gas and electric fixture- I not con:: 

Gold and silver, leaf and foil (see also Tin and other foils, 

not including gold and silver ) 

I and silver leaf and foil for I 

establishm isgoldbeatei 

■af and foil. 
AH other. 

Cold, silver, and platinum, reducing and nulling 

from the ore 

I iction and refining of precio; 

ware, etc. 



Si> 

1009 



SO 






115 






10 

14 



2 



IP 



/DO 




1010 




let 




1011 





Id 



/CO 



/0 H 



3 



/0 6 

10 



50 



Group 10. — Metals and Metal Products, Other Than Iron 
and Steel — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



Jewelry 

Rings, pins, bracelets, and chains: diamond setting and 
mounting; gold trimmings for umbrellas, canes, etc.; rolled 
plate, filled wire, etc. 

Lamps and reflectors, not including electric lamps (see 
also Gas and electric fixtures, not including lamps and 
reflectors) 

(a) Motor-vehicle lamps. 

(b) Carriage and wagon lamps. 

(c) All other lamps. 

(d) Reflectors. 

Lead, bar, pipe, and sheet (see also Smelting and refining, 



1923 



/ou 

1012 



1013 



1921 



lead). 



(a) Lead pipe. 
(6) Sheet lead. 
(0 All other. 

*Needles,pins, hooks and eyes, ana snap fasteners (see also 
Buttons) 

Machine and hand needles, knitting and sewing; toilet, 
hat, and safety pins, etc.; glove fasteners, snap fasteners, 
hooks and eyes, etc. 

Pens, gold (sec also Pens, fountain and stylographic). 



Plated ware (see also Silversmithing and silverware). 

Articles plated with gold, silver, or other metals. 

(a) Knives, forks, spoons, and other fiat ware. 

(b) Hollow ware. 

(c) All other. 

Silversmithing and silverware (see also Plated ware) 

Solid silver knives, forks, spoons, and other flat ware; solid 
silver hollow ware/ toilet ware, ornaments, ecclesiastical 
ware, novelties, cane and umbrella Handles, etc. 

Smelting and refining, copper (see also Brass, bronze, etc.)- , 

(a) Smelting only. 

(b) Refining only. 

(c) Smelting and refining. 

Smelting and refining, lead (see also Lead, bar, pipe, and( 
sheet) 

(a) Smelting onlv. _ /*/] 

(b) Rennini only. /2. (f) /ft 

(c) Smelting and refining. \ip**~ y 

Smelting and refining, metals not elsewhere classified... 

The smelting and refining of metals other than those 
carried by copper, iron, lead, and zinc ores, matte, and 
bullion. The principal metals smelted and refined in this 
industry arc antimony, molybdenum, tin, titanium, tungs- 
ten, and vanadium. 

\g and refining, antimony ," and "Smelting 
refining, tin," formerly classed as separate industries. 



1014 i 

/?£ 

1015 

JcrO 

. 1010 
. 1017 



/Crt 

1018 

100 

1019 
1020 

ioC\ 

1021 



213 



235 



286 



a 



172 



177 ij 10 



181 10 



io\ 



10 



24.5 : 11"! 



*r 



2S2 10 



285 i; 10 



10 



2&i, 
287, ,: 
289 



51 



Group 10.— Metals and Metal Products, Other Than Iron 
and Steel — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



I 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATIO] 



Industry 
number. 



1923 



Smelting and refining, metals other than gold, silver, or 
platinum, not from the ore (see also Babbitt metal, 
white metal, type metal, and solder; Brass, bronze, etc.) 

The smelting and refining of scrap material and dross of all 
kinds, except gold, silver, and platinum, for which there is 
special classification. 

Smelting and refining, zinc Q**r~.\ . .//. . 



(a) Pigs, bars 
(6) Aliother. 



plates, and sheets 



/crfi 

1022 

/OQ 
1023 



Stamped and enameled ware, not elsewhere classified (see 
also Tinware, not elsewhere classified; Enameling; 
Plumbers' supplies, etc.) 

Slumped and enameled sheet-metal goods of all kinds 
. ept those classifiable in the industries above named. 

(a) Stamped ware. 

(b) Enameled ~< 

(c) All other. 

Tin and other foils, not including gold and silver (see also 
Gold and silver, leaf and foil) 

Tin foil, aluminum foil and leaf, lead foil. etc. 

(a) Tin foii. 

(b) Lead foil. i 

(c) Aluminum and other foils. 

Watch and clock materials and parts, except watchcases i 
also Brass, bronze, etc.; Clocks and clock move- j 
ments; Watchcases; Watches and watch movements)..! 
Mai hairsprings, balance wheels, jewels, chimes. 

B. pendulums, etc., and clock cases. 
(a) Watch materials and parts, 
(6) Clock materials and parts, incl 

Watchcases (see also W T atch and clock materials and parts, 
except watchcases; Watches and watcli movements) 



si? 

1024 



JOO 
1025 



1026 



102 



Watches and watch movements (see also Clocks and 

dock movements) 1028 

(a) Watches. 7 2. 2. 

(6) Watch movements. ' 



2.0 



2SS 



295 



314 



334 



335 



336 






Group 11.— TOBACCO MANUFACTURES. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry- 
number. 



1923 1921 



and snuff (see also 



Tobacco, chewing and smoking, 
Tobacco, cigars and cigarettes) 

(a) Plug or chewing. 
(6) Smoking. 

(c) Snuff. 

(d) Allother. 

Tobacco, cigars and cigarettes (see also Tobacco, chewing 
and smoking, and snuff 

(a) Cigars only. 

(b) Cigarettes only. 

(c) Both cigars and cigarettes. 



T 3 ? 

1101 



1102 



313 






10) 






I6j 



(52) 



Group 12.— MACHINERY. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AXD INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 1921 



♦Agricultural 'implements (see also Carriages, wagons, n 

sleighs, and sleds; Dairymen's supplies, etc.; Engines /^c<- 
and water wheels; Pumps, hand; Windmills and wind- i 

mill towers) 1201 

(1) Planting machinery — corn planters, cotton planters, ! 
potato planters, grain drills, combined listers and drills, beet 
drills, broadcast seeders, transplanters, etc.; (2) Plows and j 
listers— moldboard plows, disk plows, listers, and plow stocks; 
(3) Tillage implements — harrows, weeders, land rollers, soil ; 
pulverizers ana packers, cultivators, etc.; (4) Haying ma- 
cbinery— mowers, scythes, horse rakes (hand raises to be 
classified under "Tools, not elsewhere classified'''), tedders, j 
loaders, stackers, and combined sweep rakes and stackers; 
(5) Harvesting machinery— grain binders, grain cradles, 
grain headers, combined' harvesters and threshers, rice ! 
binders, corn binders, reapers, corn pickers and buskers 1 
(field), potato-digging machines, pea and bean harvesters, 
and beet lifters; (6) Machines for preparing crops for market 
or use— threshers, clover hullers, ensilage cutters, corn shelters, j 
corn huskers and shredders, hay presses, feed grinders and 
crushers, and grain cleaners and graders ('including fanning j 
mills): (7) Miscellaneous agricultural implements— cane 
mills, fertilizer distributors, lime spreaders, manure spreaders. 
straw spreaders, seed-potato cutters, stalk cutters, equalizers 
(eveners), hay carriers (horse forks and slings), tracks for hay 
carriers, etc. " 

Cash registers and calculating machines 1202 

(a) Adding machines. 

v a sh registers and parts. 
(c) All other, including calculating and computing ma- ,- 

chines. ; jjj$ 



bV 



♦Electrical machinery, apparatus, and supplies 

All classes of machinery, apparatus, and supplies for em- 
ployment directly in the generation, storage, transmission, or 
utilization of electric energy. Products include electric loco- 
motives, dynamos, motors, batteries, transformers, switch- 
boards, panel boards, cut-out cabinets, carl ad in- 
candescent lamps, searchlights, projectors and iocusing la 
sockets, transmitters, receivers, lightning arresters, rheostats 
and resistances, electric welding apparatus, electric thera- 
peutic apparatus, switches, signals, telegraph an' 
apparatus, miscellaneous electric household appli 

♦Engines and water wheels (see aJ-:o Agricultural imple- 
ments; Electrical machinery, apparatus, and supplies; 
Foundry and machine-shop products; Locomotives, 
not made in railroad repair shops) 

a and internal-combustion engines (automobili 
rine, traction, stationary, and portable), turbines, etc.; 

r wheels, water turbi td water motors. 



1203 



57 



97 



1204 



101 



05 



10) 



°> 



14 



3 



■5 



3 



14 



teio-s 



54 



Group 12. — Machinery — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



Industry 
number. 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



*Foundry and machine-shop products, not elsewhere 
classified 

All products of foundries and machine shops not classified 
in any of the other industries in this group nor in any of the 
industries in Groups 3 and 10. 

(a) Boiler shops. 

(6) Foundries— 

(1) Steel. 

(2) Malleable iron. 

(3) Gray iron. 

(4) All other. 

(c) Machine shops. 

(d) Machine shops and foundries combined. 

Gas machines and gas and water meters (see also Foun- 
dry and machine-shop products) 

Machines for manufacturing gas, acetylene-gas generators, 
gas meters, water meters, gas and water regulators, etc. 
(o) Gas meters and water meters, 
(o) Gas machines, 
(c) All other, including regulators. 

*Machine tools [see also Foundry and machine-shop 
products; Cutlery (not including silver and plated cut- 
lery) and edge tools; Tools, not including edge tools, 
machine tools, files, or saws] 

Power-driven machines for cutting or shaping metals, such 
as lathes, planers, drilling machines, etc. Machine tools are 
designed for more or less general use, as distinct from ma- 
chines designed for manufacturing special articles. Portable 
power-driven machines for calking, riveting, and driving 
screws are also included under this classification. (Wood- 
working machinery is classified under " Foundry and ma- 
chine-shop products.") 

Pumps, hand 

Chain or bucket pumps, force or suction pumps, oil pumps, 
spray pumps, etc. 

Pumps, power (see also Foundry and machine-shop 
products) 

(a) Steam pumps. 

(b) Other power pumps. 

Scales and balances 

Seal t\s, balances, weighing machines and apparatus, auto- 
matic and computing weighing machines, etc. 

Sewing machines, cases, and attachments 

(n) Sewing machines. 
(6) Cases, cabinets, etc. 

(c) A ttaenraents, such as shirrers, heinmers, etc. 
"Sewing-machine case*," formerly a separate classification in 

eluded in this industry. 



1923 



1921 



1205 i 122 



*C~ 



1206 



W 



132 



1207 


195 


H>? 




1208 


250 


/fl 




1209 


257 


ttD 




1210 


271 


^ 




1211 


275, 




274 



e-2 



/oh 



tof 

3 



/> 



,5 



55 

Group 12. — Machinery — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



Industry « 
number. 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



1923 



♦Textile machinery and parts (see also Foundry and ma- 
cnine-shop products) 

All classes of textile machinery and parts, including ma- 
chinery for bleaching, dyeing, printing, mercerizing, finish- 
ing, etc. 

Typewriters and supplies 

Typewriters, parts of typewriters, ribbons, carbon paper, 
etc. 

(a) Typewriters and parts. 

(b) Carbon paper. 

(c) Ribbons. 

(d) All other. 

Washing machines, clothes wringers, and clothes-drying 
machines, not for use in commercial laundries (see also 
Foundry and machine-shop products) 

Washing machines, clothes wringers, drying machines, etc., 
whether operated by mechanical power or "by hand, for use in 
homes. 

Windmills and windmill towers (see also Agricultural 
Implements) 

Windmills and accessories and parts; windmill towers. 



!/£3 

. 1212 

. 1213 



1214 

/00 

1215 



1921 



312 



324 



332 



339 , 



2<rt 



Z(,3' 



/o/ 



3 



S 



/60' 



5 



14 

7 &0 

14 



3 



Group 13.— MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND PHONOGRAPHS. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



♦Musical instruments and materials, not elsewhere classi- 
fied 

All kinds of complete musical instruments except pianos, 
organs, and orchestrions; parts and materials for musical 
instruments other than pianos, organs, and orchestrions. 

♦Musical instruments, organs and orchestrions (see also 
Musical instruments, pianos; Musical instruments, 
piano and organ materials) 

Complete organs (pipe and reed) and orchestrions. 

Musical instruments, piano and organ materials (see also 
Musical instruments, organs and orchestrions; Musical 
Instruments, pianos) 

Piano strings, plates, keys, actions, keyboards, cases, back 
frames, pedal attachments, hammers, sounding boards, legs, 
and trusses; organ reeds, pipes, stops, knobs, pedals, and reed 
boards; and all other parts and materials for pianos, organs, 
and orchestrions. 

(a) Piano materials. 

(b) Organ and orchestrion materials. 

♦Musical instruments, pianos (see also Musical instru- 
ments, organs and orchestrions; Musical instruments, 
piano and organ materials; 

Complete pianos, with or without player attachments. 

♦Phonographs 

All kinds of machines for mechanically recording or repro- 
ducing speech, music, or other sounds; parts and supplies, 
such as cabinets, mechanical parts, record blanks and records 
of music, speeches, etc. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 1921 



1301 209 



1302 210 



5^ 

1303 



1304 

>*2 



212 



211 
239 






/0O 
14 



10/ 

14 



/d 



14 



14 



(56) 



Group 14. TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT, AIR, LAND, 
AND WATER. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



SEOrP AND INDrSTBY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 1921 



1402 
/OP 



♦Carriages, wagons, sleighs, and sleds (see also Agricultural 
implements: Carriage, wagon, sleigh, and sled materials; 
Motor vehicles; Motor-vehicle bodies and parts; 1404 

Complete carriages, wacons. sleighs, sleds, pungs, hand- 
carts, and pushcarts. 

merly covered by this industry, not now 

. 



112- 



♦Cars, electric, not built in railroad repair shops (set also Car 
and general construction and repairs, electric-railroad 
repair shops I 



*('ar>. MKtni-railroad, not built in railroad repair shops 
dso Car and general construction and repairs, steam- 
railroad repair shops 



1405 

1/3 

1400 

♦Locomotives, not made in railroad repair shops (see also -3 
Car and general construction and repairs, steam-rail- 
road repair shops; Engines and water wheels; Electrical 
machinery, apparatus, and supplies) 1407 

All kind? of steam locomotives. (Electric locomotives IJ& 

o be classified under ''Electrical machinery, apparatus, 
supplies"; gasoline locomotives, under '"'Engines and 

Motor-vehicle bodies and parts (see also Carriage, wagon, 

sleigh, and sled materials; Motor vehicles; 140S 

ps. wheels, radial ors, fenders, wind shields, trans- 
mufflers, axles, steering wheels, and various other /<3 9 
nol including complel 
•les." 






50 



♦Aircraft and parts 1401 

All type? of aircraft (including balloons) and parts. . / n ~\ 

Carriage, wagon, sleigh, and sled materials (see also Car- j 
riages, wagons, sleighs, and sleds; 3Iotor-vehicle bodies 
and parts; Springs, steel, railway, vehicle, heavy 
machine, etc.) 

Bodies, tops, cushions, hubs. felloes, spokes, wheels. whirTie- 
boots and aprons, axles, dashboards, neck 
yokes ckcts, and other materials and parts except 

springs, which arc separately classified. 

Carriages and sleds, children's (see also Furniture) 1403 

Baby carriages, "walkers." go-carts, sleds., doll carriages, /q / 
children's velocipedes and tricycles, etc. ^ 



52 



56 



190 



10 






58 



Group 14. — Transportation Equipment, Air, Land, 
Water — Continued . 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



AND 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



♦Motor vehicles (see also Carriages, wagons, sleighs, and 
sleds; Motor-vehicle bodies and parts) 

All complete four-wheeled motor vehicles— automobiles, 
trucks, motor buses, etc.— and complete chassis. 

♦Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts 

Complete motorcycles, side cars, and bicycles, and motor- 
cycle and bicycle parts, such as saddles, seat posts, frames, 
gears, handlebars, chains, etc. Establishments which manu- 
facture complete motorcycles or bicycles by merely assem- 
bling purchased parts should be included in this classifica- 
tion. 

(a) Complete motorcycles. 

(b) Complete bicycles. 

(c) Side cars and^motorcycle and bicycle parts. 

♦Ship and boat building, steel, including repair work (see 
also Ship and boat building, wooden, including repair 
work) 

Building of all classes of steel vessels; repairs to such vessels; 
masts, spars, oars, and other accessories for such vessels; rig- 
ging of such vessels (equipping with ropes, chains, etc., which 
support or raise and lower masts and spars, or serve to set arid 
trim sails). 

(a) Yards where work on new vessels was done. 

(6) Yards engaged entirely on repair work. 

(c) Boats under 5 tons. 

(d) Masts, spars, oars, rigging, etc. 

♦Ship and boat buiiding, wooden, including repair work 
(see also Ship and boat building, steel, including repair 
work) 

Building of all classes of wooden vessels, including yachts, 
rowboats, canoes, etc.; repairs to such vessels: masts, spars, 
oars, and other accessories for such vessels; rigging of such 
vessels (equipping with ropes, chains, etc., which support or 
raise and lower masts and spars, or serve to set and trim sails). 

(a) Yards where work on new vessels was done. 

(6) Yards engaged entirely on repair work. 

(c) Boats under 5 tons. 

(d) Masts, spars, oars, rigging, etc. 

Wheelbarrows (see also Agricultural implements) 



lemenis;. . ./. ». 



Industry 
number. 



1933 



1409 
1410 



15 1 

1411 



1412 



1413 



207 



276 



277 






1921 



337 



Group 15.— RAILROAD REPAIR SHOPS. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AJSTD INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 1921 






*Car and general construction and repairs, electric-rail- 
road repair shops {see also Cars, electric, not built in rail- 
road repair shops) 

work done by electric-railroad companies; consists 
principally of repairs' to rolling stock and bridges belonging 
to thecomrany operating the shop. Some shops, however, 
build new cars', and some perform repair work for other rail- 
road companies. 



1501 



53 



to f 

t 



13 



*Car and general construction and repairs, steam-rail- - 

road repair shops (see also Cars, steam-rail road, not built /a. / 
in railroad repair shops; Locomotives, not made in rail- *^ 

road repair shops) 1502 

work done by steam-railroad companies: consists prin- 
cipally of repairs to rolling stock and bridges belonging r : 
company operating the shop. Some shops, however, build 
new'cars and locomotives, and some perform repair work for 
•-: railroad companies. 



54 



la / 



13 



• 59) 



Group 16.— MISCELLANEOUS. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Artificial and preserved flowers and plants (see also Feathers, 
plumes, and manufactures thereof; Millinery and lace 
goods, not elsewhere classified) 

Manufacture of artificial leaves, palms, grasses, wreaths, 
plants, foliage and vines, buds, and fruits; manufacture of 
wax flowers; preservation of flowers, plants, stems, and other 
material for the manufacture of artificial flowers. 



Artificial limbs (see also Surgical appliances) 

Artificial legs, arms, hands, and feet; orthopedic appliances 
and joints; also crutches, extension shoes, artificial-leg wood 
prepared for sale as such, etc. (This classification must not 
he confused with "Surgical appliances.") 

Artists' materials 

Canvas board; prepared canvases or frames; oil colors; air 
brushes for portrait work; air compressors for art work; easels; 
drawing tables and boards; palettes; sketch boxes; panto- 
graphs; wax, dustless, and other crayons; tailors' chalk; 
crayon pencils; gold and bronze mixtures, powders, paints, 
and size; gold and aluminum enamel and paint for china 
painting; pyrography goods, including platinum points; 
draf ting instruments and materials; drawing ink; etc. 

(a) Crayons. 

(&) All other. 

Brooms 

Brooms, whisk brooms, etc., made from broom straw or 
similar fiber: street and stable brooms made from heavier 
materials. 

(a) From broom corn. 

(6) Allother. 

Brushes, other than rubber (see also Kouse-furnishing 
goods, not elsewhere classified; Rubber goods, not else- 
where classified) 

Paint, sash, floor, whitewash, and other brushes, not 
including those made of rubber. 

(a) Toilet. 

(b) Paint and varnish (including artists' brushes). 

(c) Household. 

(d) Industrial. 

(e) Allother. 

♦Buttons (see also Needles, pins, hooks and eyes, and snap 
fasteners ) 

All kinds of buttons, parts of buttons, and button blanks 
or molds. 
Combs and hairpins, except those made from metal or 
rubber (see also Ivory, shell, and bone work, not including 
buttons, combs, or hairpins; Fancy articles, not else- 
where classified; Needles, pins, hooks and eyes, and snap 

fasteners; Rubber goods, not elsewhere classified) 

Combs and hairpins for dressing or ornamenting the hair, 
made from fiber, bone, horn, tortoise shell, celluloid, and 
ivory; also novelties for ladies' headdress, barrettes, hair-puff 
pins, hair ornaments, comb mountings, etc. 



Industry 
number. 


1923 


1921 


1601 




(60 

1602 


G 


/da 

1603 


8 


/V0 




1604 


37 


1G05 


38 


1606 


41 


1607 


76 



(CO) 



61 

Group 16. — Miscellaneous — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



> 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



Dairymen's supplies; creamery, cheese-factory, and 
butter-factory equipment; and poultrymen's and 
apiarists' supplies : 

(a) Incubators and brooders, (b) Other poultrymen's 
supplies, such as coops, hovers, houses, incubator regulators, 
feeders, feed cookers, crates and chicken-shipping boxes, etc. 

(c) Cream separators, centrifugal and gravity, and accessories. 

(d) Other dairymen's, creamery, cheese-factory, and butter- 
factory supplies and equipment, such as automatic sanitary 
butter machines; butter workers, vats, colors, packers, ladles, 
and molds: cheese boxes, hoops, presses, and bandages; ren- 
net extract and lactic ferment; churns; dairy tinware; milk 
cans, tanks, coolers, etc.; pasteurizers; portable stalls; etc. 
(Creamery, butter-factory, and cheese-factory machinery, 
except cream separators, is to be classified under "Foundry 
and machine-shop products, not elsewhere classified, " Group 
12.) (e) Apiarists' supplies, such as bee escapes, bee veils, 
comb foundation, hives, honey boxes and sections, etc. 

(a) Incubators and brooders. 

(6) All other poultrymen's supplies. 

(c) Cream separators. 

(d) All other dairymen's, creamery, cheese-factory, and 

butter-factory supplies and equipment. 

(e) Apiarists' supplies. 

Denta! goods (see also Emery and other abrasive and polish- 
ing appliances; Instruments, professional and scientific) 

Artificial teeth, filling material, dental alloys, plate ma- 
terial, carborundum disks and wheels, mandrels, casting 
machines, dental files, impression materials, gold crown and 
bridge work, rubber plate work and suction plates and cups, 
workshop tools, etc. (Dental instruments and machinery 
are to be classified under " Instruments, professional and 
scientific") 

Enameling and japanning (see also Stamped and en- 
ameled ware, not elsewhere classified) 

Enameling, under contract, of goods owned by others; for 
example, bathroom fixtures, bedsteads, automotile and 
bicycle parts, signs, emblems, iron castings, steel sheets, 
wooden goods, glassware; and stove panels. Japanning 
and decorating of sheet metals; castings; parts for automo- 
•s, sowing machines, typewriters, and other machines; 
tags; wood; brass beds; gas and electric fixtures; jewelry; 
paper; cloth; canvas; etc. Tins work is usually done under 
contract on materials owned by others. 

(a) Enameling. 

(b) Japanning. 

Formerly classified as separate industries. 

Engravers' materials 

Copper, zinc, steel, and other metal plates for engravers' 
use; wood blocks for use in wood and photo-engraving work; 
lithographic stones; etc. 







1609 



1610 



hC 



1611 



w 



/O / 



92 



14 



100, 
171 



(»/ 



102 



14 



62 

Group 16.— Miscellaneous — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 192 1 






Fancy articles, not elsewhere classified (see also Boxes, paper 
and other, not elsewhere classified; Combs and hairpins 
except those made from metal or rubber; Irvory, shell, 
and bone work, not including buttons, combs, or hair- 
pins ; Signs and advertising novelties) 

Beaded articles,eelluloid novelties, art novelties, holiday 
goods, photo jewelry and buttons, inlaid veneer work, silk 
watch chains, burnt-wood articles, lamp shades, bric-a-brac, 
composition ornaments, needle and pin books, decalcomania 
work (when not on china or glass), and many other miscellane- 
ous small articles not covered by distinct classifications. 

(a) Beadwork. 

(b) Celluloid novelties. 

(c) Metal novelties. 

(d) Paper novelties. 

(e) Wood novelties. 
(/) Allother. 

Feathers, plumes, and manufactures thereof (see also Arti- 
ficial and preserved flowers and plants; Millinery and lace 
goods, not elsewhere classified) 

Production of fancy feathers, plumes, quills, and articles 
made principally from feathers and plumes; curling, dyeing, 
and renovating of ostrich feathers for the trade. (Establish- 
ments engaged wholly or mainly in the performance of cus- 
tom work are not to be included.) 

Foundry supplies 

Foundry supplies, such as molding sand, cement for cast- 
ings, core bils and compounds, chaplets, wax and flux, "part- 
ing" composition, flasks, sieves" brushes, pipe blacking, 
plumbago, etc. 

Fuel, manufactured . 

Briquettes and boulets made from anthracite culm, bitu- 
minous slack, peat, etc., mixed with tar, pitch, or metal 
scrap as a binder; charcoal briquettes; powdered fuel. 

Fur goods (see also Hats and caps, other than fur-felt, wool- 
felt, or straw) 

Fur sets and furs, including boas, capes, collars and collar- 
ettes, muffs, scarfs, shawls, and stoles; fur coats and cloaks; 
fur and fur-lined overcoats; other fur garments; fur hats, caps. 
gloves, and mittens; and fur robes. (This classification must 
not be confused with "Furs, dressed.'') 

Furs, dressed 

The scraping, currying and tanning, and bleaching and 
dyeing of pelts for use in the manufacture of fur goods. In 
many cases this work is done for others on a contract basis. 

Hair work 

Wigs, switches, braids, puffs, and related articles made 
largely from human hair but in some cases from mohair or 
other animal hair. 



l<?o 

1612 



108 



l<?0 

1613 



I &0 

1614 

loo 

1615 



10* 

1616 



(oC 

1617 
1618 



109 



123 



124 



125 



128 



144 



14 



14 



L14 




63 

Group 16. — Miscellaneous — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 




Hand stamps and stencils and brands 

Rubber and metal stamps, dies, seals, and presses, stee ] 
letters and figures, door and name plates, metal badges and 
checks, check protectors, date and time stamps, numbering 
machines, copper and brass stamps for marking textiles, steel 
shoe stamps, etc. Stencils made of brass, steel, or other mate- 
rial for use in painting or marking or in addressing machines; 
branding irons (irons to be heated and used in marking 
casks, boxes, articles of merchandise, etc). 

Formerly classified as separate industries, "Hand stamps" 
arid "' Stencils and brands." 

Hats, straw (see al so Millinery and lace goods, not elsewhere 
classified) 

The manufacture of men's, women's, and children's straw- 
hats (untrimmed) and the bleaching arid finishing of Panama 
and other straw hats. (Trimmed hats for women and chil- 
dren are to be classified under "Millinery and lace goods, not 
else w here classified .' ' ) 

Instruments, professional and scientific 

All kinds of anthropometrics! . astronomical, physiological, 
mical, and physical apparatus for educational and com- 
mercial purposes; engineering, surveying, and nautical in- 
struments: optical, surgical, dental, orthopedic, and veteri- 
nary instruments, etc. Among the numerous products are 
the* following: Speedometers, barometers, thermometers, 
compasses, binnacles, microscopes, telescopes, dental mirrors, 
dental-engine equipment and certain other dental appliances 
not classified under " Dental goods," micrometers, and spec- 
troscopes. 

Medical and surgical. 
Optical. 
(c) All other. 

Ivory, shell, and bone work, not including buttons, 

ibs, or hairpins (see also Buttons; Combs and hair- 

, except those made from metal or rubber; Fancy 

articles, not elsewhere classified) 

Articles made from ivory, shell, mother-of-peail, horn, or 
bone, not elsewhere classified. Products include mosaics, 
knife handles and tips, fobs, buckles, and other fittings for 
jewelers' use, manicure implements, watch chains, stick pins, 
hat pins, inlaying for musical instruments, etc. 

Jewelry and instrument cases 

. Mays, fancy boxes, etc., for jewelry, instruments, 
ses, combs, compasses, cigarettes, pipes, toilet 

I «l pida ry work see also Jewell y) 

-\j and polishing ol diamonds and other precious or 

: drilling of pearls: recutting and setting 

for toe trade; preparation of jewels for surveyors 5 and electri- 

ts and for watch,-, and chronometers, and of 

tones for emblems. Much of the work is 

ict basis on materials owned by others. 



Industry 
number. 



1619 



1620 



146, 
301 



14 



152 



fqO i 

1C21 ICO 



IcO 

1622 



loo 

1623 

foO 

1624 



14 



170 



173 



178 



14 



14 



64 

Group 16. — Miscellaneous — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Mattresses and spring beds, not elsewhere classified (see 
also Furniture; Wirework, not elsewhere classified) 

Mattresses filled with hair, cotton, felt, moss, or similar 
material; renovated mattresses; wire springs for use on beds, 
couches, and cots; springs and spring cushions for hospital use. 
(a) Mattresses. 
(6) Spring beds. 

Models and patterns, not including paper patterns 

Patterns and models for use in making matrices or molds 
for casting metal or for making brick, glassware, etc.; hat 
blocks, pottery braces, wax figures, dress and show forms, 
stamping outfits, etc. 

^Motion pictures, not including projection in theaters 

All processes and activities connected with the production 
of motion pictures, not including their projection in theaters. 
(a) Construction of scenery, stage settings, properties, 

etc., and photography ("shooting") of scenes. 
(6) Development of exposed films, printing of projection 
films, cutting and pasting, and other laboratory 
work necessary to preparation of projection films 
for use. (This subclassification replaces the former 
sub classification ' 'Motion-picture projection films/' 
under "Photographic materials.)" 
Treated as a separate industry for 1921 hut not shoicn in clas- 
sification list. 



ze also Jewelry; Instruments, professional 
Photographic apparatus; Photographic 



Optical goods (s 
and scientific; 
materials) 

This classification covers manufacturing opticians. 
Although some establishments produce complete spectacles 
and eyeglasses of various kinds, most of them either grind 
the lenses or make the frames but are not engaged in both 
lines of manufacture. Products include artificial human 
eyes, glass eyes for the furriers' and taxidermists' trades, 
automatic eyeglass holders, eye shields and shades, field 
glasses, goggles, opera glasses, optometers, ihotographic 
lenses and shutters, springs and clips, stereopticons, and eye- 
testing sets. 

Paving materials, other than stone 

Paving blocks and paving materials, mixed and unmixed, 
for streets, sidewalks, and floors. Blocks are made of asphalt, 
creosoted wood, bluestone, cement, concrete, various patented 
compositions, and granite. (Stone paving blocks, other than 
granite, are to* be classified under "Marble, slate, and stone 
work.") Mixed paving materials include artificial asphalt, 
asphalt mixture for top coat and binder, bituminous and 
other cements, liquid asphalt, tar concrete, etc. Unmixed 
materials include crushed furnace slag, granite, sandstone, 
and limestone; distillates; pitch; tar: coal-tar oil; flux; 
screenings; macadam; riprap; ballast: etc. 

Pencils, lead 1C30 233 



Industry 
number. 


1923 


1921 


s? 




1625 


200 


/ob 




1626 


206 


/#*" 




1627 


206x ! 


/££ 




1628 


224 


IOC 




1629 


231 


100 




1G30 


233 






JO / 

14 



14 






14 



,ol 

14 



K>0 







65 

Group 16. — Miscellaneous — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



Industry 
number. 






a j 

- — 



> 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



1923 



1033 



-^^ 

Pens, fountain and stylographic [see also Pens, gold) 1631 

Complete fountain fens, stylographic pens, and ink jen- 
cils: rubber holders and other parts, excerpt gold ten pants, 
which are classified under ''Pens, gold." ^ u-j 

Pfiotographic apparatus {see also Photographic materials 

Cameras, motion-picture machines, photostat machines. 
blue-printing machines, flash-light apparatus, tripods, film 
re winders and reels, plate-holders, developing tanks, shutters. 
etc. 

Cameras, except motion-picture. 
(5) Motion-picture cameras and projection machines, 
(c) All other apparatus and parts. 

Photographic materials (see also Photographic apparatus) 

Sensitized paper and cloth, sensitized cards and novelties, 
eloping ana other chemicals, dry plates, films, photo- 
graphic mounts and frames, flash-light materials, lantern and 
eopticon slides, sensitized ferrotype plates, and sheet gela- 
tin, i Magic lanterns are to be classified under " Toys, games, 
and playground equipment, " and stereopticons under '• Op- 
tical goods.") • 

rner subclassifi.cat.ion " Motion-picture projection films 1 ' 
included under " Motion pictures'." [OO 

Pipes tobacco and cigar and cigarette holders 1034 

All kinds of smokers' pipes, pipe stems, and cigar and 
cigarette holders. .. 

Pulp, from fiber other than wood 1035 

Pulp from rags, cottonseed hulls, or any fiber other than 
wood. 

Roofing materials, not including wood, slate, burnt tile, 
asbestos, or metal other than metal shingles and ceil- 
ings [see also Asbestos products, not including steam 
packing or boiler and pipe covering; Clay products 
(other than pottery; and nonclay refractories; Copper, 
tiu, and sheet-iron work, including galvanized-iron 

work, not elsewhere classified; Paints] 

Mdal shingles and ceilings; asphalt paint and shingles, 

roofing and building paper, roofing cement, crushed furnace 

-. cement roofing tile, tarred and other saturated felts, shin- i 

-tains, mastic, and roofing pitch. (The laying of roofing, 

. h is a building and not a manufacturing process, is not 

in this industry.; 

-i<s and ceilings. 
(6; All other. 

Sand, emery, and other abrasive paper and cloth 

Sandpaper, sand cloth, emery paper, emerv cloth, flint 
paper, glass paper, etc. 



1921 g 



IOC 

1636 



f(t 



1C37 



234 



240 



14 



/o6 



t*l 



241 



244 



254 



261 



14 



207 



66 

Group 16. — Miscellaneous — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



Industry 
number. 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



1923 1921 



s^ 



Signs and advertising novelties (see also Fancy articles, not 

elsewhere classified) 1638 

Electric signs; other signs, such as illuminating signs, 
"talking signs," street-car destination signs, painted and 
decorated show cards, etc.; advertising novelties— tools, uten- 
sils, and conveniences marked with advertising notices, such 
as corkscrews, match boxes, calendars, memorandum books, , 
etc. 

(a) Electric signs. 

(b) Other signs. 

(c) Advertising novelties. . *, 

1039 



280 



Soda-water apparatus 

Soda fountains, tanks, siphons, etc. 

Sporting and athletic goods, not including firearms or 
ammunition (see also Ammunition and related prod- 
ucts; Firearms; Toys, games, and playground equip- / "0 
ment) 1640 

Boxing gloves; punching bags; dumb-bells; clay-pigeon 
traps; fishing rods and tackle; baseball, football, basketball, 
tennis, golf, and polo goods; exercising machines; snowshoes; 
toboggans; air rifles; decoys; etc. 



Stationery goods, not elsewhere classified, and manifold- 
ing machinery (see also Envelopes; Paper and wood pulp; 
Paper goods, not elsewhere classified; Pencils, lead; 
Pens, fountain and stylographic; Pens, gold; Pens, 

steel; Typewriters and supplies) 

Manifolding machinery (mimeographs, multigraphs, etc.); ; 
papeterie and other stationers' specialties: inkstands; pen- 
holders, desk pads, etc.; calendars; copying devices; maps 
(wall, school, and other) and globes; school supplies; etc. 

(a) Manifolding machines. 

(b) All other. 

Steam and other packing, pipe and boiler covering, and 

gaskets (see also Asbestos products, not including steam 
packing or boiler and pipe covering; Rubber goods, not 
elsewhere classified) 

Packing for use in stuffing boxes of steam engines, in pipe 
joints of many kinds, and in air compressors; gaskets for 
internai-comi ustion engines; and heat insulating materials 
for use as covering on boilers, steam and hot-water pipes, 
ammonia pipes in refrigerating plants, etc. 

Surgical app'ian?es (see also Artificial limbs; Dental goods; 

Instruments, professional and scientific) 

Surgical appliances other than surgical instruments and 
ttal appliances; bandages; dressings. Fpeeific products 

inclu.'e, among others, trusses, elastic hosiery and belts, | 
I races, e tension shoes, arch supports for insteps, obesity 
belts, surgical gaiue, douches, pneumatic splints, abdominal 
supporters, shoulder 1 races, magnetic insoles, sutures, ear j 
drums, electric belts, anklets, knee caps, suspensories, etc. 



ICO 



292 



293 



296 



/CD 

1612 



1613 



299 



310 14 






b( 

Group 16. — Miscellaneous — Continued. 

[Industries marked (*; require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 



Theatrical scenery and stage equipment 

Scenery for theaters, opera houses., halls, and schools: adver- 
tising curtains; stage hardware and equipment: floats for 

eet pageants: etc. (Incidental work done on scenery in 
theaters is not to be included . ) 

Toys, games, and playground equipment (see also Car- 
riages and sleds, children's; Paper goods, not elsewhere 
classified; Sporting and athletic goods, not including 

firearms or ammunition') 

mes for adults except those classifiable under "Sport- 
ing and athletic goods, not including firearms or ammunition" 
and those played with ordinary playing cards (classified 
linger '-'Paper goods, not elsewhere classified"); all games for 
children; magic lanterns: carrousels: lawn swings: dolls and 
doll clothing: conjuring apparatus; puzzles; toy furniture and 
utensils: p] goods; toy building I locks: children's 

driving reins; rat Lies and floor-rolling chimes: toy drums: 
hoi nd rocking-horses: velocipedes and "tricycles: 

kites;" magical apparatus, tricks, and novelties: masks; me- 
chanical toys; toy railways, engines, and cars: toy savings 
hanks: play suits; wigwams; marbles: fabric and leather-cov- 
ered balls; educational hoards; toy tools, balloons, canes, 
pistols, and tells: etc. 

Umbrellas, parasols, and canes (see alio Jewelry; Silver- 
smithing and silverware) 

overs, handles (other than gold or 
silver), and other parts: canc-s. (Gold handles are tofceclassi- 
I under "Jewelry" and silver handles under "Silversmith- 
ing and silverware." 

frnlpfl 

Whips, riding whips and crops, whip stocks, whip handles, 
whip lashes, etc. 

Window shades and fixtures 

rollers, curtain poles and rods, etc. 



(cfU 

1644 



10 b 
1645 



100 



/0C 

1647 
1648 



19? 1 



313 



14 



320 



32-3 



338 



341 



H 



68 

Group 16. — Miscellaneous — Continued. 
[Industries marked (*) require special schedules.] 



GROUP AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION. 



Industry 
number. 



1923 ' 19 >1 




CHANGES IN GROUPING, CLASSIFICATION, AND INDUS- 
TRY TITLES, 1921-1923. 



GROUPING OF INDUSTRIES. 



1923. 






1. Food and kindred products. 
extiles and their products. 

3. Iron and steel and their products, not 

including machinery. 

4. Lumber and allied products. 

". Leather and its finished products, 
fi. Rubber products. 
7. Paper and printing. 

& Chemicals and allied products. 
9. Stone, clay, and glass products. 

tals and metal products, other than ; 
iron and steel. 

11. Tobacco manufactures. 

12. Machinery. 

>ical instruments and phonographs. 
14. Transportation equipment, air, land, 
and water. 
I ; iilroad repair shops, 
^•ellaneous industries. 



1921. 



. Food and kindred products. 
. Textiles and their products. 
Iron and steel and their products. 

Lumber and its remanufactures. 
Leather and its finished products. 

Paper and printing. 
Liquors and beverages. 
Chemicals and allied products. 
Stone, clay, and glass products. 
Metals and metal products, other than 

iron and steel. 
Tobacco manufactures. 



12. Vehicles for land transportation. 



Railroad repair shops. 
Miscellaneous industries. 



CHANGES DUE TO REGROUPING OF INDUSTRIES. BY GROUPS. 

Group 1.— Food and kindred products. 

Ties added: 

Beverages (comprising industry formerly designated Mineral and soda waters, 
ther with such" nonalcoholic beverages as were formerly included in 
Liquors, malt), from abandoned group Liquors and beverages: 
Ice. manufactured, from Miscellaneous: 

it, from abandoned group Liquors and beverages. 
Industries taken away: None. 

QfOUp 2.— Textiles and their products. 
Industries added: None. 
tries taken away: 

| mbclassincation under Upholstering materials, not elsewhere classi- 

fied;, transferred as a separate industry to Lumber and allied products. 

p 3. Iron and steel and their products, not including machinery (for- 
merly I;on and steel and their products). 
led: 

ing, not done in rolling mills, from Metals and metal 
pi er than iron and steel: 

Tinware, not elsewhere classified, from Metals and metal products other than 
iron and steel. 

(69) 



70 

Changes in Grouping, Classification, and Industry Titles, 
1921-1923— Continued. 

Group 3 — Iron and steel and their products, not including machinery- 
Continued. 
Industries taken away: 

Cash registers and calculating machines, to Machinery; 
Engines and water wheels, to Machinery; 
Foundry and machine-shop products, not elsewhere classified, to Machinery; H 
Gas machines and gas and water meters, to Machinery; ^ 

Machine tools, to Machinery: 
Pumps, hand, to Machinery; 
Pumps, power, to Machinery; 
Scales and balances, to Machinery; 
Sewing machines and attachments, to Machinery; 
Textile machinery, to Machinery; 
Typewriters and supplies, to Machinery; 

Locomotives, not made by railroad companies, to Transportation equipment, 
air, land, and water. 

Group 4. — Lumber and allied products (formerly Lumber and its remanufadures). 
Industries added: 

Excelsior, from Textiles and their products (suXclassification under "Upholster- 
ing materials, not elsewhere classified";; 
Turpentine and rosin, from Chemicals and allied products. 
Industry taken away: 

Charcoal, to Chemicals and allied products (subclassificaticn under Wood distil- 
lation and Charcoal manufacture). 

Group 5.— Leather and its finished products. 

No changes. 

Group 6.— Rubber products (new). 

Comprises the following industries, taken from Miscellaneous: 
Belting and hose, rubber; 
Boots and shoes, rubber: 
Rubber goods, not elsewhere classified; 
Rubber tires and inner tubes. 

Group 7.— Paper and printing (old No. 6 . 
No changes. 

(Old Group 7, Liquors and beverages, abandoned; constituent industries transferred 
to Food and kindred products and Chemicals and allied products.) 

Group 8.— Chemicals and allied products. 

Industries added: 

Ammunition and related products, from Miscellaneous; 

Charcoal (subclassification under Wood distillation), from Luird er and allied 
products; 

Fireworks, from Miscellaneous; 

Liquors, distilled, and ethyl alcohol, from abandoned group Liquors and bever- 
ages; 

Liquors, malt (not including nonalcoholic Leverages, transferred to Food and 
kindred products), from abandoned group Liquors and leverages: 

Liquors, vinous, from abandoned group Liquors and beverages; 

Mucilage, paste, and other adhesives.not elsewhere classified, from Miscellaneous. 
Industry taken away: 

Turpentine and rosin, to Lumber and allied produtcs. A 

Group 9.— Stone, clay, and glass products. ^ 

Industries added: 

Asbestos products, not including steam packing or boiler and pipe covering, 
from Miscellaneous; 

Graphite, ground and refined, from Miscellaneous. 
Industries taken away: None. 






Changes in Grouping, Classification, and Industry Titles, 
1921-1923— Continued. 

Group 10.— Metals and metal products, other than iron and steel, 
{try added: 
Fire extinguishers, chemical., from Miscellaneous. 

Industries taken away: 

Galvanizing and other coating, not done in rolling mills, to Iron and steel and 
^ their products, nor including machinery; 

pr Tinware, not elsewhere classified, to Iron and steel and their products, not 

including machinery ; 

Group 11.— Tobacco manufactures. 
No chang 

Group 12.— Machinery (new). 

mprises the following industries: 

Agricultural implements, from Miscellaneous: 

registers and calculating machines, from Iron and steel and their products: 
Electrical machinery, apparatus, and supplies, from Miscellaneous; 
Engines and water wheels, from Iron and steel and their products: 
Foundry and machine-shop products, not elsewhere classified, from Iron and 
I and their products: 
machines and gas and water meters, from Iron and steel and their products; 
Machine tools, from Iron and steel and Their products; 
Pumps, hand, from Iron and steel and their products: 
Pumps, power, from Iron and steel and their products: 

ces, from Iron and steel and their products; 
tag machines, cases, and attachments, from Iron and steel and their prod- 
Textile machinery, from Iron and steel and their products: 

vriters and supplies, from Iron and steel and their products; 
hing machines, clothes wringers, and clothes-drying machines, not for use 
mmerciaJ laundries, from Miscellaneous; 
Wil windmill towers, from Miscellaneous. 

(.roup 13.— Musical instruments and phonographs {new). 
rises the following industries, taken from Miscellaneous: 
i al instrument and materials, not elsewhere classified; 
tl instruments, organs and orchestrions; 
istruments, piano and organ materials; 
-ical instruments, pianos; 
Phonographs. 

p 1 I.— Transportation equipment, air, land, and water (old Group 1$, 
Its for land transportation, expanded). 

. . ied: 
Aircraft and parts, from Miscellaneous; 
Locomotives, not made by railroad companies, from Iron and steel and their 

i at building, steel, including repair work, from Miscellaneous; 
Ship and boat building, wooden, including repair work, from Miscellaneous. 
. s taken away: None. 

.. Railroad repair shops (old Xo. 13). 

Group n;.- Miscellaneous Id Xo. 14). 
^ In 
f Indus''! 

Agri rultural implements, to Machinery; 

Transportation equipment, air, land, and water; 
Ammunition and related products, to Chemicals and allied products; 

products, not including steam packing or boiler and pipe covering, to 

bber products; 
Boots and shoes, rubber, to Rubber products; 



Changes in Grouping, Classification, and Industry Titles, 
1921-1923— Continued. 

Group 16.— Miscellaneous— Continued. 
Industries taken away— Continued. 

Electrical machinery, apparatus, and supplies, to Machinery; 

Fire extinguishers, chemical, to Metals and metal products, other than iron an< 
steel; 

Fireworks, to Chemicals and allied products; 

Graphite, ground and refined, to Stone, clay, and glass products; 

Ice, manufactured, to Food and kindred products; 

Mucilage, paste, and other adhesives, not elsewhere classified, to Chemicals; 

Musical instruments and materials, not elsewhere classified, to Musical instru- 
ments and phonographs; 

Musical instruments, organs and orchestrions, to Musical instruments and 
phonographs; 

Musical instruments, piano and organ materials, to Musical instruments and 
phonographs; 

Musical instruments, pianos, to Musical instruments and phonographs; 

Phonographs, to Musical instruments and phonographs; 

Rubber goods, not elsewhere classified, to Rubber products; 

Rubber tires and inner tubes, to Rubber products: 

Ship and boat building, steel, including repair work, to Transportation equip- 
ment, air, land j and water; 

Ship and boat building, wooden, including repair work, to Transportation equip- 
ment, air, land, and water; 

Washing machines, clothes wringers, and clothes-drying machines, not for use in 
commercial laundries, to Machinery; 

Windmills and windmill towers, to Machinery. 



CHANGES DUE TO REGROUPING, BY INDUSTRIES. 

Agricultural implements. — From Miscellaneous to Machinery. 

Aircraft and parts.— From Miscellaneous to Transportation equipment, air, land, 
and water. 

Ammunition and related products.— From Miscellaneous to Chemicals and allied 
products. 

Asbestos products, not including steam packing or boiler and pipe covering.— 
From Miscellaneous to Stone, clay, and glass products. 

Belting and hose, rubber.— From Miscellaneous to Rubber products. 

Beverages.— Mineral and soda waters combined with nonalcoholic malt beverages 
(formerly included in Liquors, malt), renamed Beverages, and transferred from aban- 
doned group Liquors and beverages to Food and kindred products. 

Boots and shoes, rubber.— From Miscellaneous to Rubber products. 

Cash registers and calculating machines. — From Iron and steel and their products, 
to Machinery. 

Charcoal.— From Lumber and allied products to Chemicals and allied products (sub- 
classification under Wood distillation). 

Electrical machinery, apparatus, and supplies.— From Miscellaneous to Machinery. 

Engines and water wheels. — From Iron and steel and their products to Machinery. 

Excelsior.— From Textiles (subclassiu cation under Upholstering materials, not else- 
where classified) to Lumber and allied products. 

Fire extinguishers, chemical, — From Miscellaneous to Metals and metal products, 
other than iron and steel. 

Fireworks. — From Miscellaneous to Chemicals and allied products. ^^ 

Foundry and machine-shop products, not elsewhere classified.— From Iroi^B 
and steel and their products to Machinery. 

Galvanizing and other coating, not done in rolling mills.— From Metals and 
metal products, other than iron and steel, to iron and steel and their products, not 
including machinery. 









73 



Changes in Grouping, Classification, and Industry Tn 
1921-1923— Continued. 

Gas machines and gas and water meters.— From Iron and steel and their products 

to Z^achinery. 
Graphite, ground and refined.— - .-ellaneous to Stone, clay, and glass 

ucts. 
Ice, manufactured. — From Miscellaneous to Food and kindred products. 
ft Jquors, distilled, and ethyl alcohol.— From abandoned group Liquors and cever- 
^ to Chemicals and allied products. 

Liquors, malt alcoholic .—From abandoned group Liquors and beverages to Chemi- 

allied products. 
Liquors, malt (nonalcoholic ).— From abandoned group Liquors and beverages to 

Food and kindred products. leverages.) 

Liquors, vinous.— From abandoned croup Liquors and beverages to Chemicals and 

allic 
Locomotives, not made by railroad companies.— From Iron and steel and their 

products to Transportation equipment, air, land, and water. 
Machine tools. — From Iron and steel and their products to Machinery. 
Malt.— From abandoned group Liquors and beverages to Food and kindred pi 
Miner;* i and soda waters.— (See Beverages.) . 
MncDage, paste, and other adhesives, not eJsewhere classified.— From Mis- 

to Chemicals and allied prod 
Musical instruments and materials, not elsewhere classified.— rFrom Miseellane- 

sical instruments. 
Musical Instruments, organs and orchestrions.— From Miscellaneous to Musical 

- 
"Musical instruments, piano and organ materials.— From Miscellaneous to Musical 
Instruments. 

leal instruments, piano?, — From Miscellaneous to Musical instruments. 
Phonographs.— From Miscellaneous to Musical instruments. 
Pun] -From Iron and steel and their products to Machinery. 

Pumps, power.— From Iron and s r eel and their products to Machinery. 
Rubber goods, not elsewhere classified.— From Miscellaneous to Rubber products 
Kubber tires and inner tubes.— From Miscellaneous to Rubber products. 
a and balances. — From Iron and steel and their products to Machinery. 
ag machines, cases, and attachments.— From Iron and steel ant 

and boat building, steel, including repair work. — From Miscellaneous to 
it ion equipment, air, land, and water. 

boat building, wooden, including repair work.— From Miscellaneous 
: \ation equipment, air, land, and water. 
Textile machinery.— From Iron and steel to Machinery. 

•:ed.— From Metals and metal products, other than 
iron and steel, to Iron and steel and their products, not including machinery. 

e and rosin.— From Chemicals and allied products to Lumber and allied 
prodi 

• plies.— From Iron and steel and their products to Machinery. 

Washing machines, clothes wringers, and clothes-drying machines, not for 

in ( ommerelal laundries.— From Miscellaneous to Machinery. 

^ Windmills and windmill towers.— From Miscellaneous to Machinery. 



3V- 

nd 

ler 
ted 

up 

rlv 



71- 

Changes in Grouping, Classification, and Industry TiTLEs f 
1921-1923— Continued. 

INDUSTRIES AFFECTED BY INTERINDUSTRY CHANGES. 

[Transfers of individual classes of products from one industry to another.] 

Artificial leather (Group 2). — Formerly a subclassincation under Upholstering mate- 
rials, no: elsewhere classified. 

Asplialted-felt-base floor coverings (Group 2;.— Fornierlv classified under Oilclotl^B 
and linoleum, floor. ™ 

Beverages (Group 1). — Comprises cereal beverages, '-near beer." ere. formerlv included 
in Liquors, malt, together with old industry Mineral and soda waters, renanied Bev- 
erages and transferred from abandoned group Liquors and beverages to Food an<" 
kindred products. 

Carriages, wagons, sleighs, and sleds (Group 1 the formei 

industry designation, ''Carriages and wagons, including repairs." not now ineludi 
in this industry. 

Charcoal | Subclassincation under Wood disciilaticn and charcoal manufacture, 
S).— Formerly a separate industry in Group 4. 

Clothing, men's, not elsewhere classified, contract shops (Group 2).— Formerly 
a subclassincation under Clothing, men'?. 

Clothing, men's, not elsewhere classified, regular factories (Group 2).— Formerly 
a subclassincation under Clothing, men's. 

Clothing, women's, hot elsewhere classified, contract shops For- 

merly a subclassincation under Clothing, women's. 

Clothing, women's, not elsewhere classified, regular factories (Group 2).— 
Formerly a subclassification under Clothing, women's. 

-roup l).— Formerly a subclassincation under Confectionery and Ice- 
cream. 

Confectionery and ice cream (Group 1).— Abandoned as a single classification. 
Confectionery: Ice Cream and water ices.) 

Enameling (Group 16).— Formerly a separate industry; now combined with Japan- 
ning. 

Enameling and japanning (Group 1G). — Formerly separate industries. 

Excelsior (Group 4).— Formerly a subclassincation under Upholstering materials, not 

elsewhere classified (Group 2). 
Ferroalloys (Group 8).— Although this title appears in the Classification List for 
it was abandoned as a separate classification, and ferroalloys, other than blast-furnace 
ferroalloys, were classified under "Chemicals. * The same practice is being followed 
for 1923.' 
Grindstones (Group 9). — Abandoned as classification. (See Grindstones, 

pulp stones, and millstones.) 
Grindstones, pulp stones, and millstones (Group 9).— New classification; com- 
prises former industries Grindstones and Millstones, abandoned as separate el 
cations. 
Hand stamps (old Group 14, Miscellaneous;.— Formerly a separate industry; now 

combined with Stencils and brands. 
Hand stamps and Stencils and brands (Group 16).— Formerly separate indus 
Hardware, not elsewhere classified Group 3).— "Hardware, saddlery,'' form- 
separate industry, now included as a subclassincation, •• Saddlery and harness hard- 
ware," in this industry. 
Ice Cream and water ices (Group 1).— Ice Cream, formerly a subclassincation under 
Confectionery and ice cream, combined v 

r ices were collected prior to 1 ^ 

-Formerlv ith I.iurael-B 

aing. 
not made In slaughtering and meat-packing establishments I Group 1).— 
Although this tit! sification List for 1921, the manufacture of lard 

not treated as a separate industry but was included with Slaughtering and meat 
•act ice is being* followed for 1923. 
- -Formerly included in Oilcloth and linoleum, floor. 



Changes in Grouping, Classification, and Industry Titles, 
1921-1923— Continued. 

Liquors, malt Group 8).— Formerly included certain nonalcoholic malt beverages 

ai beverages, -'near beer, ?; etc.) now classified under ''Beverages." 
Millstones (Group 9).— Abandoned as a separate classification. (See Grindstones, 
-tones, and millstones.) 

rlineral and soda waters (abandoned group Liquors and beverages).— (See 

.Motion pictures (Group 16).— Treated as a separate industry at the census for 1921 

but not shown in Classification List. 
Oil, lard, not made in slaughtering and meat-packing establishments (Group 
1;.— Although This classification appears in the Classification List for 192i, the manu- 
facture of lard oil was not treated as a separate industry but was included with 
Bering and meat packing. The same practice is being followed for 1923. 
Oilcloth and linoleum, floor (Group 2).— Abandoned as a single classification. (See 

Asphalted-felt-base lioor coverings; Linoleum.) 
Photographic materials (Group lb)-— "Motion-picture projection films 7 ' appears in 
ication List for 1921 as a subclassification under Photographic materials. 
in compiling the statistics the production of projection films was treated as a part 
vi the Motion-pictures industry. The same practice is being followed for 1923. 

iroods (Group 4).— Wall board, other than gypsum wall board, transferred to Wall 
r. wall board, and floor composition (Group 9). (.Gypsum wall board was 
formerly and is now classified under Wall plaster, wall board, and lioor composition.) 
Kubber goods, not elsewhere classified (Group G).— Included prior to 1921 in Rubber 
s, and rubber goods, not elsewhere specified (old Group 14, Miscellaneous); 
. incation in compiling the statistics for 1921. 
Rubber tires and inner tubes (Group 6).— Included prior to 1921 in Rubber tires, 
. and rubber goods, not elsewhere specified (old Group 14. Miscellaneous): treated 
-eparatc classification in compiling the statistics for 1921. 
Rubber tires, tubes, and rubber goods, not elsewhere specified (Old Group 14, 
Although this title appears in the Classification List for 192L it was 
I - - ingle classification. (See Rubber tires and inner tubes; Rubber goods, 
not elsewhere classified.) 

•: -.^-machine cases (Group 4).— Although this title appears in the Classification 

tor 1921. the manufacture of sewing-machine cases was included with that of 

sewing machines and attachments under the designation "Sewing machines, cases, 

ments" (formerlv in Group 3, now in Group 12). The same practice is 

r 1923. 

DC machines, cases, and attachments (Group 12).— (See Sewing-machine 

. as.) 

md refining, antimony (Group 10).— Formerly a separate industry; 
i Smelting and refinim/, metals not elsewhere classified. 
- and refining, metals not elsewhere classified (Group 10).— Smelting 
\ antimony, and Smelting and refining, tin, formerly separate inch: 
included under this classification. 
Smelting and refining, tin (Group 10).— Formerly a separate industry; now included 
netting and refining, metals not elsewhere classified, 
tit tings and steam and hot-water heating apparatus (Group 3).— Fonn- 
tiers and coils designed to heat water for kitchen use, etc., now 
and appliances, gas and oil. 
'id brands old Group 14, Miscellaneous).— Formerly a separate industry; 

Hand stamps. (See Hand stamps and Stencils and brands.) 

d appliances, gas and oil (Group 3).— Gas burners and coils designed to 

etc., formerly classified under Steam fittings and steam and 

'. included under Stoves and appliances, gas and oil. 

ug materials, not elsewhere classified (Group 2).— Formerly included 

irate industry in Group 2, and Excelsior, now a .separate 

Industry in Group 4. 

>x 'II I II board, and floor composition (Group 9).— Wall board, oilier than 

I from Pulp goods ((Jroup 4). (Gypsum wall board 

v classified und< r wall plaster, wall board, and floor composi- 



76 

Changes in Grouping, Classification, and Industry Titles, 
1921-1923— Continued. 

Wood carpet (Group 4).— This industry designation, which appears in the Classifica- 
tion List for 1921, has been abandoned, no establishments having been reported. 

Wood distillation and charcoal manufacture (Group 8).— Now includes charcoal 
manufacture, formerly a separate industry in Group 4. 

CHANGES IN INDUSTRY TITLES. f 

Numerous changes have been made in the industry .titles for 
1923, as compared with 1921, the purposes being, first, to avoid 
the use of misleading titles, and, second, to make the titles describe 
the industries as fully as practicable. In nearly all cases these 
changes have been made in such a manner as not to affect the 
alphabetization of the titles. The only industries whose present 
titles are alphabetized differently from their former ones are as 
follows : 



Present Title. 

Beverages. (See " Beverages" under 

"Industries affected by interindustry 

changes," p. 74.) 
Clay products (other than pottery) and 

nonclay refractories. 
Flavoring sirups and bitters. 
Horse blankets, fly nets, and related 

products. 
Mirror and picture frames. 
Motor-vehicle bodies and parts. 
Motor vehicles. 
Car and general construction and repairs, 

electric-railroad repair shops. 
Car and general construction and repairs, 

steam-railroad repair shops. 



Former Title . 

Mineral and soda waters. 



Brick and tile, terra-cot ta, and fire-clay 

products^ 
Cordials and flavoring sirups. 
Clothing, horse. 

Looking-glass and picture frames. 

Automobile bodies and parts. 

Automobiles. 

Cars and general shop construction and 

repairs by electric-railroad companies. 
Cars and general shop construction and 

repairs by steam -railroad companies. 







SPECIAL SCHEDULES. 



!) An asterisk (*) preceding the name of an industry in the "Indus- 
ries, by Groups'' or in the "Industries — alphabetical list" section 
of this Classification List indicates that the industry is covered by 
t special schedule. In some cases a special schedule covers two 
or more industries. These schedules, together with the industries 
::ich they relate, are listed below: 



Form 



Special schedule. 



Industry- 
No. 



Industry covered. 



Ammunition, firearms, ordnance, and ( |J- Ani^runirion and related products. 
^ sori05 1 316' Ordnance and accessories. 



cheese, and condensed milk 1 },^|' cheese" 

■' 112*. Condensed and evaporated milk. 

105. Canning and preserving, fish, crabs, 
\% aid preserving, fish and I lobsters, and shrimps. 

BR ] 107. Canning and preserving, oysters and 

clams. 



earn and electric-railroad. 



[1405. Cars, electric, not built in railroad 

repair shops. 
J1406. Cars, steam-railroad, not built in rail- 
[ road repair shops. 



' ures 



. ctory products., 



f S07. Chemicals, not elsewhere classified. 
'\ S3G. Sulphuric, nitric, and mixed acids. 

( 905. Clay products (other than pottery) 
. •; and nonclay refractories. 

{ 017. Pottery, including porcelain ware. 



I twine, jute goods, and 
.' 



twine. 



/ 217. Cotton goods. 
*• I 219. Cotton small wares. 



tions an 1 patent 
ropnetory medicines and com- 
; - 



W - 
831. Patent medicines and compounds. 

S32. Perfumery, cosmetics, and toilet 

preparations. 



h 






[1204. Engines and water wheels. 
.-1407. L( 



locomotives, not made in railroad 
repair shops. 



{Linoleum. 
242. Oilcloth. 
201. Artificial leather. 
202. Asphalted-felt-base floor coverings. 

(77) 



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Special schedule— Continued. 



Industry covered— Continued. 



Form 
No. 



Industry- 
No. 



11301. Musical instruments and materials, 
not elsewhere classified. 
1302. Musical instruments, organs and 
orchestrions. 
1304. Musical instruments, pianos. 



148. Paints and varnishes. . 



f 830. 
\ 837. 



Paints. 

Varnishes. 



1715. Printing and publishing, book and 
job. 
717. Printing and publishing, music. 
71 s -. Printing and publishing, newspapers 
and periodicals. 

[1501. Car and general construction and 

I repairs, electric-railroad repair 

shops. 
1502. Car and general construction and 
repairs, steam-railroad repair 
shops. 

1601. Belting and hose, rubber. 
602. Boots and shoes, rubber. 
6C3. Rubber goods, not elsewhere classi- 
fied. 
G04. Rubber tires and inner tubes. 

{1411. Ship and boat building, steel, includ- 
ing repair work. 
1412. Ship and boat building, wooden, in- 
cluding repair work. 

207. Carpets and nigs, wool, other than 

rag. 
221. Felt goods, wool or heir. • 

230. Hats, fur-felt. 

231. Hats, wool-felt. 
251. Wool shoddy. 
2. r >2. Woolen goods. 
253. Worsted goods. 



ool manufactures . 



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